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AuthorQidwai, Uvais
AuthorShakir, Mohamed
AuthorBahameish, Mariam
Available date2021-09-01T10:03:32Z
Publication Date2016
Publication NameProceedings - 5th IEEE International Conference on Control System, Computing and Engineering, ICCSCE 2015
ResourceScopus
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICCSCE.2015.7482219
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/22494
AbstractRobotic control with gaze-classification has been an area of interest for quite some time. In this paper, a novel solution of implementing sensing system with intelligent visualization has been presented. Such a system can have a variety of applications but can be of exceptional importance for patients suffering with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) disorder, which gradually end with paralyzed state. The presented solution incorporates Optical Gaze System, within a Virtual reality (VR) headset to control a robotic Avatar remotely based on the gaze position. The robot is being called as avatar due to its ability to maneuver and provide audio and video streams to the user wearing the VR headset, thus acting as an extension of the user him/herself. Hence people with permanent disability due to degenerative diseases such as SMA can benefit from this design by utilizing the avatar to see things and places where they cannot go themselves. The psychological impetus can assist tremendously in their treatment. The Fuzzy Algorithm presented here enables a very fast image classification method for such near-real-time application. Consequently, the processing and decision making of the system takes about a second with an accuracy of over 95%. 2015 IEEE.
Languageen
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
SubjectAdaptive optics
SubjectAlgorithms
SubjectBehavioral research
SubjectControl systems
SubjectDecision making
SubjectFuzzy inference
SubjectFuzzy neural networks
SubjectFuzzy sets
SubjectFuzzy systems
SubjectImage classification
SubjectImage matching
SubjectPattern matching
SubjectVideo streaming
SubjectVirtual reality
SubjectAdaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system
SubjectArea of interest
SubjectClassification methods
SubjectDegenerative disease
SubjectFuzzy algorithms
SubjectPeople with disabilities
SubjectRemotely controlled robotic avatar
SubjectSpinal muscular atrophy
SubjectRobotics
TitleReal-time robotic avatar control using fuzzy gaze-classification for people with disability
TypeConference Paper
Pagination401-406


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