Abstract—A humanoid can be controlled wirelessly, for teleoperating human actions to stimulate activities in hazardous environments. A human wearing a jacket with accelerometers mounted over his arms and flex sensors on the fingers can control the motion of humanoid, to obtain the desired actions. The humanoid is customized to walk, hop, climb stairs and do other human like motions to interact with the real world. A continuous visual feed is also given to the user for the enhanced control and feedback for the task to be performed. Such humanoids can be used in boilers of chemical industries, nuclear reactors etc. where humans cannot go. Thus, helping us to control various parameters in such inappropriate environments without going ourselves. We have made humanoid robot which can wirelessly transfer real time data from sensors to the servo motors in the humanoid to achieve desired motions.
Index Terms—Accelerometers, arduino, camera, flex, humanoid, sensors, servo motors, zigbee
The authors are with School of Electronics Engineering, VIT University, Vellore 632014, India (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, yogesh.mohangupta2009@ vit.ac.in, email@example.com).
Cite: Naman Jain, Yogesh Mohan Gupta, and Rajat Mishra, "Humanoid to Tele-Operate Human Actions for Industrial Applications," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 928-931, 2012.