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Controlling a robotic arm with Augmented reality
MATEC Web of Conferences
Under the circumstances of a patient's upper limb disability, aided by a robotic arm with faulty controls, assistance is needed, using augmented reality as an auxiliary. Our system, with a headset, using an internet connection and an augmented reality device, placed on the assistant's head, can ensure communication between the two, for both remote supervision and control. The assistant can enhance the control over the robotic arm, while having a head up display on the augmented reality glasses,doi:10.1051/matecconf/202030500022 fatcat:yaxamoehpfhh7ecjjdqoguraiq