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TeMoto: Intuitive multi-range telerobotic system with natural gestural and verbal instruction interface

Valner R, Kruusamae K, Pryor M. 2018. TeMoto: Intuitive multi-range telerobotic system with natural gestural and verbal instruction interface. Robotics. 7(1)

 

 

Title: TeMoto: Intuitive multi-range telerobotic system with natural gestural and verbal instruction interface
Publication Type: Journal Article
Year of Publication: 2018
Authors: Valner R, Kruusamae K, Pryor M
Journal: Robotics
Volume: 7
Start Page: 9
Issue: 1
Date Published: 02/2018
Type of Article: Featured Cover Article

 

Upload Date: 07/27/2018

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