Real World Robot Informatics
Understanding environment and human by robot and sensing technologies
Our laboratory focuses on real world robotics based on image processing, computer vision, sensor information processing, and artificial intelligence.
- YAMASHITA Atsushi
Our laboratory focuses on real world robotics based on image processing, computer vision, sensor information processing, and artificial intelligence. We are developing innovative technologies for humans and robots to understand real environments by advanced sensing and information presentation technologies. We are also interested in understanding human and assistive technologies for human. We are working on a wide range of research topics from fundamental theory to practical applications.
- AN Qi
- Associate Professor
Japan's elderly population has exceeded 25%, and it becomes a hyper-aged society. As people age, they are more likely to have movement disorders, which increases social security costs and the burden on caregivers, physical therapists, and other professionals. Our laboratory aims to develop technologies to assist people with movement disorders and rehabilitation system for motor learning. In order to assist human motion and provide rehabilitation effectively, it is important to understand the mechanism by which humans achieve movement as fundamental research and utilize this finding in support system. Our laboratory conducts a wide range of research, from fundamental research to elucidate the mechanism of human motor control to applied research to develop assistive technologies.