Multi-Modal Multi-User Telepresence and Teleaction System
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The video shows a rich multi-modal multi-user telepresence system, which was developed within the SFB453 funded by the German Research Foundation (www.sfb453.de). As a complex application scenario, the remote repairing of a broken pipe is presented in this paper. The system basically consists of two operator-teleoperator- pairs. While one of the operators interacts with a stationary human- system-interface, the other operator uses a mobile one. Both systems provide visual, auditory, and haptic feedback and enable to control the motion of head, arms, and grippers as well as the locomotion of the corresponding teleoperator.
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