A Discussion About Current Augmented Reality Concepts Which Help Users Better Understand and Manipulate Robot Behavior
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Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn
For a safer, more trustful, and more dynamic collaboration, humans should understand and be able to manipulate the behavior of robots they are interacting with. Therefore, a way for a meaningful communication has to be established that takes place in a common perceptual space. One way to accomplish that is to use augmented reality (AR) in which the robot is able to display information for the human in 3D space, and the human can send commands to the robot using interaction methods provided by AR devices. In this work, a brief overview of AR concepts is given and discussed. They are divided into three categories: (1) understanding the movement of robots, (2) understanding the internal states of robots, and (3) manipulating robot behavior. Whereas (1) and (2) already show a number of promising approaches, and (3) is still in need for more innovative ideas.