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Title: The concept of human learning professional movements using exoskeleton complex
Authors: Petrenko, V. I.
Петренко, В. И.
Tebueva, F. B.
Тебуева, Ф. Б.
Gurchinsky, M. M.
Гурчинский, М. М.
Shutova, J. A.
Шутова, Ю. А.
Keywords: Professional movements;Virtual reality;Training system;Exoskeleton;Motion capture;E-learning
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: CEUR-WS
Citation: Petrenko, V., Tebueva, F., Gurchinsky, M., Shutova, Y. The concept of human learning professional movements using exoskeleton complex // CEUR Workshop Proceedings. - 2019. - Volume 2494
Series/Report no.: CEUR Workshop Proceedings
Abstract: Training systems are the actual direction of development of science and technology. Training systems can be built on the basis of various technical systems. This article proposes the concept of teaching a person to professional movements with the help of a training system based on the exoskeleton complex. The advantages of using the exoskeleton complex are the ability to accurately measure the angles of rotation of the human hand and introduce haptic sensations. Haptic technology allows a person to receive from the virtual environment not only visual information, but also kinesthetic, which is an important difference from other training systems based on the virtual environment. The article describes the proposed concept, describe the task for its implementation, consider requirements for the exoskeleton complex, the possibility of implementing the concept on existing exoskeleton complexes, identifies areas for further research, and considers the prospects of the proposed training system. The use of the proposed training system will improve the quality of training and the speed of human learning of professional movements
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