Robot Arm & Brain-Machine Interface at the Virtual Reality and Robotics Lab UMH

“The user controls the movement of a robot arm with a Brain-Machine Interface. To that end, first the axis of movement is selected and then, the direction of the movement.

Virtual Reality and Robotics Lab. Founded in 2004 by members of the System Engineering and Automation Division, the lab is located at the Universidad Miguel Hernandez de Elche.

The lab is born with the aim of divulgating the advances made by their members in the areas of robotics, teleoperation, virtual reality and telesurgery. Our main research areas are the design and control of new haptic devices, the application of teleoperation techniques to new fields and the modelling and simulation of remote environments usign virtual reality.