Design and Control of the Humanoid Robot ARMAR
This paper addresses the development and current research work on the humanoid robot ARMAR which has to work autonomously or interactive in cooperation with humans in workshops or home environment. ARMAR is developed to realize interaction with humans and mobile manipulation.
KeywordsJoint Angle Humanoid Robot Inverse Kinematic Mobile Platform Stereo Camera
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