JRM Vol.26 No.2 p. 264
doi: 10.20965/jrm.2014.p0264

Development Report:

Force Masking Humanoid Robot System

Chyon Hae Kim*, Kenta Yonekura**, and Shigeki Sugano**

*Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd., Japan

**Waseda University, Japan

September 2, 2013
February 3, 2014
April 20, 2014
psychology, force masking, humanoid robot, rope turning, cooperation
This force masking humanoid robot system had been developed for a psychological experiment that confirms the rhythmic modalities required by humans when they play rope turning with a robot. Although a person feels many types of rhythms in physical rhythmic cooperation with a robot, what rhythms are required for the cooperation had not been investigated yet. This system is an effective tool to investigate the effectiveness of the force rhythm in physical cooperations.
Cite this article as:
C. Kim, K. Yonekura, and S. Sugano, “Force Masking Humanoid Robot System,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.26 No.2, p. 264, 2014.
Data files:
  1. [1] C. H. Kim, K. Yonekura, H. Tsujino, and S. Sugano, “Physical Control of the Rotation of a Flexible Object – Rope Turning with a Humanoid Robot,” Advanced Robotics, Vol.25, pp. 491-506, 2011.
  2. [2] K. Yonekura, C. H. Kim, K. Nakadai, H. Tsujino, and S. Sugano, “Rhythmic Reference of a Human while a Rope Turning Task,” In Proc. of the ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction, pp. 289-290, Mar. 2011.

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