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Arita Hikaru Last modified date:2022.06.28

Assistant Professor / Control Systems / Department of Mechanical Engineering / Faculty of Engineering

1. Hikaru Arita, Yosuke Suzuki, Hironori Ogawa, Kazuteru Tobita, Makoto Shimojo, Hemispherical Net-structure Proximity Sensor Detecting Azimuth and Elevation for Guide Dog Robot, 2013 IEEE/RSJ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT ROBOTS AND SYSTEMS (IROS), 10.1109/IROS.2013.6696420, 653-658, 2013.11, We have developed a net-structure proximity sensor that detects the azimuth and elevation to a nearby object. This information can be used by robots to avoid obstacles or to respond to human behavior. We propose detection principles where the azimuth is detected by arranging two one-dimensional net-structure proximity sensors along orthogonal axes, and the elevation is detected by arranging two one-dimensional net-structure proximity sensors in a stacked ring. We also experimentally demonstrate the feasibility of these detection principles. The experimental result shows the sensor can detect azimuth at all peripheral angles and elevation from side to top up..
2. 2足歩行安定性を向上する足裏実装型非接触センサの開発.
3. Real-time Motion Planning Using Proximity Information for Bipedal Walking on Sloped Terrain.
4. Motion planning method of bipedal walking using partial-circular feet imitating wheel motion.