Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Having Robots Understand Hand Signals

Computer scientists are training robots to communicate with humans trough other than speech, keyboards, and mice. One useful approach is to mimicking signals already used between people and with animals. As an example, the construction industry uses hand signals for communication with machinery operators, such as Tower Crane Hand Signals and robot aircraft are being programmed to follow Aircraft Marshalling Hand Signals.

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