You Can Control This Robot by Flexing Your Muscles



In a new paper published today, MIT CSAIL researchers Joseph DelPreto and Daniela Rus used electromyography sensors to make communication between a robot and a human a lot more intuitive without the need for verbal cues. Their system, dubbed RoboRaise, is able to mirror the user’s movements by detecting and interpreting the person’s biceps and triceps activity. Their research shows that we are a step closer to seamless human-robot interactions. DelPreto and Rus hope that this system will be particularly useful in manufacturing and construction scenarios.

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