Nowadays virtual reality (VR) has evolved into a field of research of its own providing monitoring and control tool that can be applied in many scientific and educational fields. The main VR applications are for training and simulation task in various domains from exploration and military to healthcare and digital manufacturing. In this paper, two developed applications based on VR technologies are presented, highlighting some research cooperation results between DSSL - Dynamic Simulation Systems Laboratory and CESTER - Research Center for Robots Simulation and Testing namely: customized control interfaces for mobile robotic space exploration and for robotic assisted rehabilitation of the upper limb for post-stroke patients.

VR interface for cooperative robots applied in dynamic environments

Carbone Giuseppe;
2018

Abstract

Nowadays virtual reality (VR) has evolved into a field of research of its own providing monitoring and control tool that can be applied in many scientific and educational fields. The main VR applications are for training and simulation task in various domains from exploration and military to healthcare and digital manufacturing. In this paper, two developed applications based on VR technologies are presented, highlighting some research cooperation results between DSSL - Dynamic Simulation Systems Laboratory and CESTER - Research Center for Robots Simulation and Testing namely: customized control interfaces for mobile robotic space exploration and for robotic assisted rehabilitation of the upper limb for post-stroke patients.
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