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    Title: 基於慣性感測的遠端控制虛擬釣魚系統
    Other Titles: Inertial-sensor-based remote control of a virtual robot arm for fishing
    Authors: 張家銘;Chang, Chia-Ming
    Contributors: 淡江大學電機工程學系碩士在職專班
    周永山;Chou, Yung-Shan
    Keywords: 海釣;遠端控制;機械手臂;fishing;ARM;Remote control;Robot;MEMS
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 12:00:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇論文提出一個遠端虛擬控制的釣魚系統。利用特製的穿戴
    體手臂關節的角度資訊,並透過 SPI 協定(Serial Peripheral
    達到及時的目標,本文利用核心為 ARM (Advanced RISC Machine)
    Cortex-M3 之微處理器 STM32F103 平台實現分時多工及多執行緒的
    機制,並將更新頻率設為 10Hz,有效提升處理速度。實驗結果證實
    This thesis presents an inertial-sensor-based remote control of a virtual robot arm for fishing. A sleeve with built-in inertial and magnetic sensors (accelerometer and electronic compass) is utilized to capture human arm posture. Then the collected kinematic data is transmitted through a wireless transmission technology to remote control a tri-axial virtual robot arm for restoring human arm posture on fishing.
    For the purpose of real-time control, the microcontroller STM32F103VC that incorporates the high-performance ARM Cortex-M3 RISC processor core is adopted to implement the time division multiplexing and multi-threading mechanisms on the remote control system. With the frequency setting updated to be 10Hz, the response speed of the system is satisfactory. Experiment shows the viability of the proposed system.
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