Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the ISSS - 2010, Waterloo, Canada, Proceedings of the 54th Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences

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Study of Intelligent Control of an Arm Robot Equipped with a C-MOS Camera Using a New Type of Image Processing

Yoshishige Sato


This paper proposes an approach that allows an arm robot equipped with a C-MOS camera to utilize new image recognition in order to intelligently and autonomously grasp objects, and introduces a method that uses the conventional way of teaching position to the arm robot, after which the intelligent robot employs a program that allows the arm robot itself to autonomously determine the action required to move the arm into that position. In experiments, an intelligent robot was successfully engineered to use image recognition to identify colored blocks and autonomously move toward a target and grasp it using a new centroid search approach.

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