Simulation of Vision-Based Royal Jelly Collecting Robot

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A new method to collect royal jelly is proposed according to the view of industrial robot. A three-dimensional model of royal jelly collecting robot with a monocular camera is built. Detecting the particular shapes via Fourier Descriptors and finding the corresponding target points though the image shot by the camera. The vision-based process and the 3-D simulation are performed alternately to simulate picking up queen bee larvae according to robotic forward kinematics and inverse kinematics.

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Xiong Zhou and Zhenzhen Lei

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247-254

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Z. Wang et al., "Simulation of Vision-Based Royal Jelly Collecting Robot", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 233, pp. 247-254, 2012

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November 2012

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