|Topic:||Transformace pohybových dat dítěte na humanoidního robota|
|Supervisor:||Mgr. Matěj Hoffmann, Ph.D.|
|Announce as:||Diplomová práce, Bakalářská práce, Semestrální projekt|
|Description:||Motion retargeting deals with the transformation of movements from one body to another. In this case, the inputs are 3D coordinates of keypoints on the bodies of infants and the outputs are movements of a simulated baby robot. This will make it possible to replay the movements of real babies in a humanoid robot and complement the kinematic data with sensory feedback - proprioception (joint angles), vision (from the eyes of the robot), and eventually touch (using artificial skin on the robot body). Such a tool will be key to understanding the mechanisms of early infant development.
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