2018 年 12 巻 7 号 p. JAMDSM0126
This paper offers a review of the latest robotic remote control schemes that are based on human motion through the virtual collaboration system. The robotic remote control schemes have been studied and developed to combine the intelligence of humans with the precision and mechanical strength of robots. They have performed an important role in some dangerous environments by replacing humans in many difficult jobs, but the lack of intuitive control interfaces causes decreased efficiency. To address this problem, various approaches have been recently investigated, including human motion-based control, visual feedback systems, tactile or force feedback, and other various haptic systems. This paper describes the tendencies of these efforts and discusses possibilities and limitations in three parts: remote control based on human motion, multimodal feedback schemes for realistic interaction, and virtual collaboration systems.