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Implementing Bubblegrams: The Use of Haar-Like Features for Human-Robot Interaction
2006 IEEE International Conference on Automation Science and Engineering
Bubblegrams -a human-robot interaction (HRI) technique -uses Mixed Reality (MR) to allow collocated humans and robots to interact directly by visually augmenting their shared physical environment. Bubblegrams uses interactive comic-like graphic balloons that appear above the robot to allow for interaction between humans and robots. A key technical challenge facing Bubblegrams is the detection of the location of the robot within the user's vision; the MR system needs this information to placedoi:10.1109/coase.2006.326897 dblp:conf/case/YoungSB06 fatcat:uoh472dih5fmxp26i3o55y3hvi