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    Volume 2, Issue 1
    Review Article
    A. Vasuki*
    The paper gives an overview of the applications of robots and the advancements that have taken place in the field of robotics. Artificial Intelligence is the key to developing such applications and lot of research is being conducted around the world in various research laboratories leading to technological growth in the field. Research is on, either to build upon old technologies or develop new intelligent ways of doing things more effectively. Robots have entered every sphere of human activity like manufacturing, surgery, driving, etc. An insight into some of the new revolutionary applications for which robots have been built is given in the paper.
    Short Communication
    Barbara Koneczny*, Nicole M. Artner, Eva Gyoeri, Igor Pona, Chieh-Han J. Tzou and Walter G. Kropatsch
    In the analysis of facial movement an objective, quantitative analysis of the expression is desirable. This can be achieved with the help of 3D systems, like the proposed mirror setup of this paper. These systems analyze the 3D motion of interest points of the face (e.g. left and right corner of the mouth) and compare their trajectories to measure progress. Unfortunately, the motion of the interest points is overlaid by the global motion of the head of the probands. This paper proposes an accurate approach to make the facial movement analysis invariant to head motion. Three static markers are used to model the head motion. These static markers are placed above bony structures so that only motion arising from the head influences the position of the markers. The presented methodology can be used to introduce an object centered coordinate system, in order to distinguish between motion that arises from the head and motion that arises from the facial movements.
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