FURI | Summer 2020
Multi-modal Communication Between Human and Robots through Virtual and Augmented Reality
The goal of this project is to enable multi-modal communication with human-robot teams. This study will demonstrate a way to incorporate spatial and temporal cues to enhance human-robot communication with virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) support. The process is divided into three steps: setting up the environment so that the TeSIS (temporal spatial inverse semantics) code is able to run, adjusting the TeSIS such that it is compatible with VR/AR technology, and incorporating the code into machine learning and language processing models. Progress has been made in setting up the environment properly in the first step.
Hometown: Chandler, Arizona, United States
Graduation date: Spring 2023