Challenges in the development of wearable Human Machine Interface systems
Tyndall National Institute has developed a glovelike device for Human Computer Interaction based on inertial sensors. Industry 4.0 represents one of the main applications for the possibility to control and monitor integrated systems. Current research focuses on enhancing bidirectional latency, sensor modalities, haptic feedback, interoperability, mainly concerning collaborative robotics scenarios.
Human Computer Interaction , HCI systems , Hand motion capture device , Industry 4.0
O'Flynn, B. Sachez-Torres, J., Tedesco, S. and Walsh, M. (2019) 'Challenges in the Development of Wearable Human Machine Interface Systems', IEDM 2019: IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting, San Francisco, 07-11 December.
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