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Physical Interface for Robotic Marionette Camera (RMC): Hardware Controlling Platform for Robotic Videography Motion Design

Physical Interface for Robotic Marionette Camera (RMC): Hardware Controlling Platform for Robotic Videography Motion Design

Poustinchi, Ebrahim; Hashemi, Mona; Krivanek, Cory;

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This project-based research is an investigation on controlling robotic videography/camera through an interactive physical interface. Here referred to as Robotic Marionette Camera (RMC), this research project is enabling designers and videographers to design precise robotic videography scenarios and camera-paths in the physical world with similar qualities to the digital design environments.Using the ideas of a “digital” camera in design software platforms, RMC looks at concepts such as aiming, zooming in and out, panning, orbiting, and other motions/operations borrowed from cinematography, such as tilting, rolling and trucking amongst others.As a physical/hardware interface, RMC enables real-time interaction with an industrial robot arm through a custom-made hardware controller. Using a tangible interface, RMC users can design, edit, and program the robotic videography paths interactively without a need for programming knowledge.

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Palavras-chave: Robotics, Design, Interface Design, Videography, Human-Robot Interaction,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2020-82

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Poustinchi, Ebrahim; Hashemi, Mona; Krivanek, Cory; "Physical Interface for Robotic Marionette Camera (RMC): Hardware Controlling Platform for Robotic Videography Motion Design", p. 594-599 . In: Congreso SIGraDi 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2020-82

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