The human-robot collaboration (HRC) model set is intended to ease the design of human-robot collaboration experiments. It targets scenarios like the collaborative assembly of furniture, and consists of a combination of standard components and custom designs, that are:
The model set aims at reducing the amount of work required to set up and reproduce HRC experiments. It is designed to be modular, extendable, and easy to distribute. All the content of this repository is distributed under the Creative Commons attribution-sharealike 4.0 international public license (CC-by-sa).
If you are using this hardware, its accompanying software and/or one of its components, we warmly recommend you to cite the following paper:
[Zeylikman2018] Zeylikman Sofya, Widder Sarah, Roncone Alessandro, Mangin Olivier, Scassellati Brian The HRC model set for human-robot collaboration research IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Madrid, Spain. [PDF] [BIB]
- Sofya Zeylikman, with the Center for Engineering, Innovation and Design, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
- Sarah Widder, Alessandro Roncone, Olivier Mangin, and Brian Scassellati, with the Social Robotics Lab, Computer Science Department, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
This work has been supported by a subcontract with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) by the Office of Naval Research, under Science and Technology: Apprentice Agents.