Robot training to reducing worrying behavior


Robot training has been developed in collaboration with Bartimeus foundation, University of Amsterdam en Eindhoven university of technology. The aim of this project is to reduce the worrying behavior of visually impaired people.

ToDo: elaborate on the introduction, provide pointers to literature, add project name, people and parties involved.


The software in this project is offered for free and can be used as is. The software is available as a zip package. Since the training of the people has been conducted in Dutch the name of the file is in dutch as well (piekeren = to worry).
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Nao Robot

The code will only working in combination with a NAO robot on this robot also code needs to be installed as discribed in

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In this case we construct a robot control example by using states.

Figure 1: Flow chart of toy scenario.

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