21_IGA for robot theatre. Part 2.
1.Facial Expressions of Android Robots
2.Maria Curie- Sklodowska
5.Hello, Professor Einstein
6.It is sunny today
7.Bad Cat, Bad Cat! To Schrödinger cat:
8.Bad Cat, Bad Cat! To Schrödinger cat:
9.Bad Cat, Bad Cat! To Schrödinger cat:
10.Professor Bohr? Who says this?
11.Or Sir Issac ?
12.I am so tired
13.I am so tired
14.To clean the lab again
16.Hair, make-up and hat make a woman!
22.KHR-1 iSOBOT Lynxmotion Systems
23. Conclusions Bottsy and Derpy robots are capable of producing a variety of drawing image styles according to the programmed chromosome and probabilistic state machines. Image generation in artistic robots is defined by the mechanical design, but is easily extensible to other types of robots ( bipeds, faces, mobile ).
24. Conclusions ( cont ) The Elo Rating proved to be suitable to create a fitness function for various robot motion projects The system produces interesting images and facial gestures IGA is an excellent starting point for future work on applying more objective criteria to evaluate large sets of art objects . Our plan is to combine it with probabilistic state machine robot behavior generator/verifier [ Bhutada – ISMVL 2013] and incorporate into Portland Cyber Theatre project .
25. Conclusions ( cont ) Good for class projects New type of CAD – designing robot theatre All our robots are Japanese – may be this research can help to build better software editors for them.
26.More rigorous comparisons between variou s GA strategies. Comparison with other ranking algorithms in IGA. Applications of these fitness functions to Genetic Programming, Ashenhurst -Curtis decomposition and Particle Swarm Algorithms (no such work was done before) It is also an interesting research problem in itself, as it is related to Google Page Rating and similar problems . Future Research
27.Now show videos Robot interaction (different) Greetings Conflict Dance Facial gestures (similar)