Evaluación de las emociones de usuarios en tareas con realimentación háptica utilizado el dispositivo Emotiv Insight

Resumen

Introducción: Este estudio evalúa las cinco métricas de desempeño, disponibles en el dispositivo Emotiv Insight en una tarea virtual de seguimiento de trayectorias por medio de un robot móvil.

Objetivo: Caracterizar y/o determinar si algunas métricas EEG se relacionan con primitivas de una tarea de tele operación, donde se realimentan señales hápticas, en pro de verificar si puede ser útil incorporar la información disponible del dispositivo Emotiv en una estrategia de control compartido.

Metodología: Se formuló un diseño experimental, que incluye el registro y análisis de neuroseñales en cinco usuarios con una Interfaz Cerebro Computador (ICC), ejecutando tareas de teleoperación de un robot móvil en el entorno de VREP (Virtual Robot Experimentation Platform).

Resultados: Los resultados muestran que el compromiso y la relajación son emociones que podrían ser de utilidad para identificar situaciones demandantes en tareas de seguimiento y evasión de obstáculos. Por otro lado, se observa que algunas métricas como estrés, excitación, interés y enfoque, en promedio, se mantienen en niveles similares durante la ejecución de la tarea.

Conclusiones: Incluir interfaces cerebro computador de bajo costo, como el Emotiv en tareas con realimentación háptica, ofrece nuevas posibilidades para la evaluación del desempeño del usuario y potencialmente para control.

Palabras clave: Telerobótica, Interfaz Cerebro Computador, Robots Móviles, Control Compartido, Háptica, EEG

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Javier Adolfo Corredor Camargo, Universidad de Pamplona. Pamplona, (Colombia)

Javier Adolfo Corredor Camargo is currently a professor in the Department of Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial Engineering at the University of Pamplona (from 2016), He is part of the research group Automation and Control. He holds a Ph.D. in Systems and Computing Engineer in 2017 and his master’s degree in Industrial Automation Engineering in 2008 from the National University of Colombia. He obtained his professional degree as Engineering of Design and Electronic Automation in Salle University in 2003. His research is focused on haptic, control, teleoperation and robotics. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0106-8790

Cesar Augusto Peña Cortés, Universidad de Pamplona. Pamplona, (Colombia)

César Augusto Peña Cortés is currently a full professor in the Department of Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial Engineering at the University of Pamplona (from 2004), He is part of the research group Automation and Control. He holds a Ph.D. in Automation and Robotics from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 2006 (Spain). His master’s degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering at the Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia) in 2003 and his professional degree as an Electromechanical Engineer in Pedagogical and Technological University of Colombia in 2001. His research is focused on service robots, artificial vision, and neuro signals, where he has several publications in journals and congresses. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4148-2168

Aldo Pardo García, Universidad de Pamplona. Pamplona, (Colombia)

Aldo Pardo Garcia received the degree in Electrical Engineer and the Ph.D. degree in Control Drives of Motors from Belarusian State Agrarian Technical University, Belorussia, in 1983 and 1987, respectively. He has a postdoctoral research in Automatic Control at Cinvestav, Mexico and postdoctoral research in Engineering and Computing, Intelligent control at Florida International University, USA. He is currently a full professor in the Department of Mechanical, Mechatronics and Industrial Engineering at the University of Pamplona. He is the head of Automatic and Control research group.

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2019-03-01
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Corredor Camargo, J., Peña Cortés, C., & Pardo García, A. (2019). Evaluación de las emociones de usuarios en tareas con realimentación háptica utilizado el dispositivo Emotiv Insight. INGE CUC, 15(1), 9-16. https://doi.org/10.17981/ingecuc.15.1.2019.01
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