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Virtual Reality Ground Robotic Platform Control System

ФИО студента: Daniil Obibko

Руководитель: Alexey Rolich

Кампус/факультет: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Программа: Information Science and Computation Technology (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2020

ABSTRACT The main goal of this final qualification work is to develop a control system for a prototype of a ground-based robotic platform (hereinafter referred to as a robot) in virtual reality. To achieve this goal, the entire development process is divided into three parts, namely: engineering, server and part of the user interface in virtual reality (hereinafter referred to as VR). The engineering department is responsible for creating a prototype platform, its configuration and programming. The server part is used as the interaction of the robot and the virtual reality user interface. The user gives the motion commands from the interface, the commands are transmitted to the server, and from there to the platform, in turn, the robotic device starts the execution of the received command. The virtual reality interface is used for user interaction with the entire system, this interaction is realized thanks to special controllers and images received from the camera, which is installed on the robot platform. In the course of research, an analysis was made of the possible existing analog systems, as well as the technical functional capabilities of each of them. Ultimately, based on the knowledge gained, a system for controlling a robotic platform in virtual reality was produced and designed. The volume of final qualification work is 56 pages (excluding the application), the number of illustrations - 18, the number of tables - 5. Used sources – 7.

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