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International Conference on Future Computer and Communication, 3rd (ICFCC 2011)

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In this paper is presented a framework for off-line co-located mobile robot path planning using augmented reality technology. The system allows the user to control a virtual model of a robot co-located in the real environment, generates robot trajectories and simulates robot actions before the real robot performs the task. In the experiments conducted within this research a good synchronization was achieved between the path followed by the real and the virtual robot. This approach proves to be a powerful tool that offers advantages to the classical methods.

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1. Introduction
2. The Mobile Robot Description
3. Architecture of the AR Framework
4. Methods Developed for Robot Path Planning
5. Experiment
6. Conclusions
7. Acknowledgments
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