Project Hands-Free presented at Ubiquitous Robotics 2020

Hands-Free is a ROS-based software to teleoperate a robot with the user hand. The skeleton of the hand is extracted by using OpenPose and the position of the user’s index finger in the user workspace is mapped to the corresponding robot position in the robot workspace.

The project is available on GitHub and the paper has been published in the Ubiquitous Robotics 2020 virtual conference proceedings.

Check out the presentation video below!