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The use of a camera in a robot control loop can be performed with two types of architecture: the camera is said eye-in-hand when rigidly mounted on the robot end-effector and it is said eyeto-hand when it observes the robot within its work space. These two schemes have technical differences and they can play very complementary parts. Obviously, the eye-in-hand one has a partial but precise sight of the scene whereas the eye-to-hand camera has a less precise but global sight of it. Thedoi:10.1109/robot.2000.846442 dblp:conf/icra/FlandinCM00 fatcat:6uw3pgjorreenpv56tjx5xue4a