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Virtual Reality to Improve Remote Control in Presence of Delays

Abstract : This paper presents the use of virtual reality in the context of remote control. Virtual reality may be used in a classical manner in order to simulate the behavior of a system, but also in parallel with the real system in order to improve the quality of the control, making it possible to deal with time delays induced by the network. Our proposal may be applied to various fields such as robotics, measurements systems, industrial applications or domotics.
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Philippe Le Parc, Etienne Pardo, Amara Touil, Jean Vareille. Virtual Reality to Improve Remote Control in Presence of Delays. 2010 IEEE International Conference on Virtual Environments, Human-Computer Interfaces, and Measurement Sytsems (VECIMS 2010), Sep 2010, Tarente, Italy. pp.42-46. ⟨hal-00515599⟩

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