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Title: Controlling Robot Arm Using Kinect
Authors: Sader, Dawoud
Ashour, Ammar
Dradi, Muhammad
Alsadi, Samer
Foqha, Tareq
Alwahhabi, Abdulelah
Almatarneh, Sattam
Keywords: Robot arm;Kinect;Arduino
Issue Date: 26-Jan-2024
Publisher: Springer Nature
Citation: Sader, D. et al. (2024). Controlling Robot Arm Using Kinect. In: Khoury, R.E., Nasrallah, N. (eds) Intelligent Systems, Business, and Innovation Research. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 489. Springer, Cham.
Series/Report no.: 489;659–668
Abstract: Nowadays, technology is advancing to keep up with the growing demands of society, and this progress is primarily focused on robotics. The term “robot” now encompasses any artificially created machine that can complete tasks that are typically carried out by humans, either autonomously or by remote control. Robots have become increasingly popular due to their precision and ability to perform tasks that are too dangerous for humans to undertake. Scientists are continually striving to improve robotics by developing new controllers and designs that increase efficiency and reliability. In our project, we built a robot arm with five degrees of freedom (DOF) that can perform pick-and-place operations using several implemented methods. However, the current controller is inflexible, requiring a reboot and a new program design to update the arm's movements. As a result, we opted for an unconventional approach and utilized an image processing device known as Kinect to control the robot arm.
metadata.dc.identifier.doi: 10.1007/978-3-031-36895-0_55
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