Motion Capture Based Wizard of Oz Technique for Humanoid Robot
The paper focus on robotic telepresence system build around humanoid robot operated with controller-less Wizard of Oz technique. Proposed solution gives possibility to quick start acting as a operator with short, if any, initial training.
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