Haptic Feedback Glove for Virtual and Mixed Reality for Robotics Applications
Wearability of robotic devices will enable novel forms of human intention recognition through haptic signals and novel forms of communication and cooperation between humans and robots. Specifically, wearable haptics will enable devices to communicate with humans during their interaction with the environment they share. The proposed tactile system is extremely wearable, effective, inexpensive, and completely wireless. There are in fact no workspace restrictions apart from the ones related to the gesture recognition technique.
Autonomous Vehicle Assistant Using Haptic Feedback Gloves for Self-Driving Cars
In this project, we present a novel approach for an autonomous vehicle assistant using haptic feedback gloves for self-driving cars. The proposed system utilizes haptic gloves that provide drivers with tactile feedback about the vehicle's actions and the environment around it. The haptic feedback can be used to inform drivers about the vehicle's speed, direction, and proximity to other objects, as well as to provide alerts about potential hazards. The proposed system is designed to work in conjunction with an autonomous vehicle's sensors and control systems to provide a more intuitive and safe driving experience. The system is evaluated through simulations and experiments on a test vehicle, showing significant improvement in the safety and user experience of the self-driving car.
Wearable Glove Translate the sign Language into Speech in Real-Time
In this project we have to design a glove that is able to translate Sign Language to speech in real time. The glove has thin, stretchable sensors inside which run to the fingertips. These sensors are able to pick up and motions and finger placement through electrically conducting yarns.