Robots Guided through Computer Vision

918 WordsFeb 19, 20184 Pages
1.1 Basic introduction Human life is of prime importance. It is the most beautiful and precious gift of God. Sometimes situations occur where we would have no choice and we have to put someone’s life in danger to save many other lives. At that time we would surely think that it would be better if there is some kind of replacement for human body which can perform human tasks. Furthermore, there are millions of physically challenged people who can’t perform day to day simple tasks which a normal man can easily perform. The answer and solution to all these problems is ROBOT. Human life is becoming more advanced and safer day by day. Human efforts are replaced with machines which can perform work accurately, precisely and safely. The idea of a robot to provide assistance either in the home, office or in more hostile environments (e.g. bomb-disposal or nuclear reactors) has existed for many years and such systems are available today. Unfortunately, they are typically expensive and by no means ubiquitous in the way that 1950sand 60s science fiction would have had us believe. The major limitations to including robots in homes and offices are the infrastructure changes they require. Computer vision however means that robots can be monitored from just a few inexpensive cameras and the recent availability of wireless network solutions (IEEE 802.11 and Bluetooth in particular) has decimated the infrastructure they demand. The final step to the package is how humans are to interact

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