Rope Turning Humanoid Robot System
Chyon Hae Kim*, Kenta Yonekura**, and Shigeki Sugano**
*Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd., Japan
**Waseda University, Japan
This paper describes a humanoid robot system that simultaneously controls the three factors, energy transmission, rotational axis and centrifugal force in ropeturning tasks. As a result, this system realized both rope turning with one fixed end and with a human rope turner.
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