Real time intelligent control of a humanoid
Tan, Teck Chin
Date of Issue2007
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Driven by the human desire to create fully autonomous Humanoid Robots (HRs), humanoid robotics has become one of the hottest topics in robotic research in recent years. In applications, HRs are more useful as compared to wheeled robots or multi-legged robots because of their biped structure. In this project, a HR (RN 1) that is convertible to a wheeled robot is developed. Intelligent sensors have been embedded into the system to enable RN1 to “see”, “think” and balance on its own. [2nd Award]
Student Research Poster
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