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Title: Stirring up the learning to program robotic arms through the generation of student handwriting
Authors: Quintana, Jose J. 
Diaz, Moises 
Ferrer, Miguel A. 
UNESCO Clasification: 120304 Inteligencia artificial
120326 Simulación
33 Ciencias tecnológicas
Keywords: Robotics
Coordinate frames
Lab session
Handwriting
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: 2573-4059
Journal: 2018 XIII TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO ELECTRONICS TEACHING CONFERENCE (TAEE)
Conference: 13th Technologies Applied to Electronics Teaching, TAEE 2018 
Abstract: The use of robotics arms provides students several advantages in the teaching and learning process, compared to methods based on simulation programs. Moreover, programming the robotic arm to imitate a human action previously carried out by the students, makes them to have a better personal satisfaction. Following up this idea, a lab session has been designed and tested by the authors. It is composed by the following phases: Students first register their personal handwriting on a digitizing tablet. Next, they develop a program to make that a commercial robot writes such piece of handwriting. Then, the commercial robotic arm produce such piece of handwriting on a digitizing tablet. Finally, a comparison between the original handwriting and the one made by the robot is worked out. To evaluate the success of the proposed lab session, a survey was issued to students who followed the course in robotics last semester with encouraging resuts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/52576
ISSN: 2573-4059
DOI: 10.1109/TAEE.2018.8476000
Source: 2018 XIII Technologies Applied to Electronics Teaching Conference (TAEE) [ISSN 2573-4059]
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