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Ballistic Rebounds for Wrapping a Target with a Casting Manipulator Public Deposited

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  • Casting manipulation in robotics is the act of launching a tethered projectile and using it to interact with the environment. One such interaction is wrapping a target. In this work, we identify throwing and tether control parameters for successfully wrapping a target with an end-weighted cable, evolving through a set of methods to do this. Our particular focus is on parameters that are robust to variation in parameters. We then demonstrate successful wrapping of a target by a physical casting robot using this new approach.
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  • Ongoing Research
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  • 2018-06-14 to 2019-01-14

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