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Deliverable 3.1

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This is the addendum to the Deliverable 3.1 which consists of a report proper (available here) and a set of demonstrations. An addendum document on the main website points to this webpage. The demonstrations are provided here as videos.

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Attention system (WP3)

  • The main Doxygen documentation of the attention system is available as the iCub application called attention_distributed and can be browsed here
  • Paper:
    • Ruesch J., Lopes, M., Hornstein J., Santos-Victor J., Pfeifer, R. Multimodal Saliency-Based Bottom-Up Attention - A Framework for the Humanoid Robot iCub. International Conference on Robotics and Automation, Pasadena, CA, USA, May 19-23, 2008. pp. 962-967. -PDF-

Body schema (WP3)

  • The main Doxygen documentation of the body schema is available as the iCub application called lasaBodySchema and can be browsed here
  • Paper:
    • M. Hersch, E. Sauser and A. Billard. Online learning of the body schema. International Journal of Humanoid Robotics, (2008). -PDF-
    • M. Hersch, Adaptive sensorimotor peripersonal space representation and motor learning for a humanoid robot, PhD Thesis, EPFL, 2009 PDF

Crawling (WP3)

  • The main Doxygen documentation of the crawling controller is available as the iCub application called missing_application and can be browsed [http:// here]
  • Videos:
  • Paper (and more):
    • -Deliverable 3.4-
    • A presentation on the controller structure: presentation.pdf
    • S. Degallier, L. Righetti, L. Natale, F. Nori, G. Metta and A. Ijspeert. A modular bio-inspired architecture for movement generation for the infant-like robot iCub. In Proceedings of the second IEEE RAS / EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics an Biomechatronics (BioRob), 2008. -PDF of submitted paper-

Drumming (WP3)

  • The main Doxygen documentation of the drumming controller is available as the iCub application called drummingEPFL and can be browsed here
  • Paper (and more):
    • -Deliverable 3.4-
    • A presentation on the controller structure: presentation.pdf
    • S. Degallier, L. Righetti, L. Natale, F. Nori, G. Metta and A. Ijspeert. A modular bio-inspired architecture for movement generation for the infant-like robot iCub. In Proceedings of the second IEEE RAS / EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics an Biomechatronics (BioRob), 2008. -PDF of submitted paper-

Cartesian control (WP3)

  • The Cartesian Interface for controlling iCub limbs in the task space relies on iKin library and has been embedded within YARP as a further motor device driver whose documentation can be found here.

An example application resorting to the Cartesian Interface functionalities is the armCartesianController whose online documentation can be browsed here.

  • Videos, Cartesian controller in action:
    • Grasping Sponges, iCub successfully grasps some sponges lying on a table.
    • Arm+Gaze Control, iCub tracks a red ball with the gaze and the hand, exploiting 8 DOF's.
  • Paper:
    • Not yet!
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