In this work, an eye-tracker has been successfully interconnected with a collaborative robotic arm so that the user sends a series of points, which he specifies with the gaze, and then the robot makes a drawing on paper interconnecting these points. 

Industrial and automatic electronic engineering student Aleix Moral presents the results of his final degree project at the international congress SAFE 2021.

In this work, an eye-tracker has been successfully interconnected with a collaborative robotic arm so that the user sends a series of points, which he specifies with the gaze, and then the robot makes a drawing on paper interconnecting these points. One possible application would be the making of drawings by people with functional diversity.

The final degree project was defended in the last call of July 2021 at the Polytechnic School of the Tecnocampus, under the direction of Professor Marcos Faúndez and with the support of Professor Josep Lopez Xarbau. The work has been selected by the SAFE 2021 congress for oral presentation and publication in the congress minutes book. Due to the pandemic situation, the congress was held via zoom.

You can see one project demo in this link and the complete TFG can be consulted in the Tecnocampus repositories.


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