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Automated Testing of User Interfaces
Meluzín, Vojtěch ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
The main theme of this thesis is automated testing of graphical user interfaces for the system ARTable, created using the ROS framework. My solution to this problem is an extension for a testing tool. The extension named ARTBot allows simulating user interaction. Its use can be combined with a testing tool to automate testing of garafical interface of ARTable applications. The thesis contains the design, description of the implementation and methods of testing the ARTBot.
Inteligent Video-Player
Sabela, David ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was to create a user interface for displaying interesting or indifferent way significant events from the views of surveillance camera systems. In the first part of the thesis - Theory - technologies useful for the creation of a web application working with video are described. Principles of graphical quality in user interferences are also summarized in this part, as well as explanation of the principal questions of the surveillance camera systems problematics. In the second and third part - Design and Implementation - my own solution of the prototype of inteligent video player is depicted. The resulting prototype is thereafter subjected to examination by several testers whose results are analysedand evaluated in the final part - Testing.
Interaction Methods for Advanced Control of a Robotic Arm
Vida, Juraj ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
The purpose of this thesis is to extend the functionality of ARTable system, which is based on principles of simplified robot programming. These principles aim to simplify the human-robot interaction. The new instruction is added, which enables to teach the robot to place objects of the same type into a grid, for example a box. This instruction consists of two parts: (i) the extension of GUI, and (ii) the extension of the robot functionality. These extensions are implemented in Python using Qt framework, The Robot Operating System (ROS) and MoveIt! framework. The extension of ARTable is fully functional assuming that grasps are generated only on the y axis sides.
Augmented Reality for ARTable and See-Through Glasses
Adam, Róbert ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
This Bachelor Thesis was created during study at the Faculty of Information Technology at Brno University of Technology. The thesis is focused on augmented reality using Game Engine Unity and ARTable system. The theoretical part contains history and augmented reality usage. Then it is defined what augmented reality is and how camera tracking works in a real world. In a practical part the thesis is focused on integration of Vuzix glasses in to Unity. The application is able to draw information about objects placed on table differently according to information obtained from ARTable. The thesis describes design and implementation details about the created application. The final part of the thesis includes test results and conclusion.
Robotic Shopping Cart
Krzeminský, Juraj ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis deals with design and implementation of control unit for robotic shopping cart. Its main task is to follow a chosen person through a mall and serve as bag carriage. The text describes basic principles of human detection and tracking in images and also the method of capturing them with RGB-D camera kinect. Rest of this text contain detailed description of created application and implementation of used methods and algorithms.
Design of a GUI for Home Control for the Elderly
Válek, Lukáš ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Fučík, Jan (advisor)
This work focuses on the problems with the design of software for the elderly and ways to solve them. Furthermore, a design of a control interface for smart homes, which takes these problems into account, was done. The process of the design is described and reasons for the decision that are made are given. Following is a description of the implementation of the proposed interface and its testing on a targeted group of users. The work also outlines a possible extension of the interface for further use.
Cloud-Based Server for Robot Management
Jezerský, Matouš ; Kapinus, Michal (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
The goal of this project is to make robots running the ROS platform, and the servers running on them, more accessible to the users, without the need of reconfiguration after a change of network or the need of direct VPN connection, as well as with the emphasis on minimal software requirements for both users and robots. The result is an open-source application, which provides that. The solution is a reverse proxy server, put inbetween the clients and the servers running on robots - Dispatcher. For connection between clients and robots, two OpenVPN networks are used, and as a secure user interface, the existing system RMS is used and extended with Dispatcher interface.     Among other things, Dispatcher collects information about all connected robots so a summary can be displayed. This set of software tools therefore allows an authorized user to connect to robots in various networks, without the need of other client software apart of OpenVPN client and web browser.
Doors and Door Handle Localization for PR2
Bambušek, Daniel ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kapinus, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design and create module for robotic platform PR2, that is able to autonomously locate doors and door handle and provide information about their location and characteristics to another program that ensures their opening. The thesis describes the methods used for detection, design and implementation of this module and finally analyzes performed experiments with this module. The functionality of the method was verified by testing in simulator.
Design of User Studies in Robotics
Juřík, Martin ; Beran, Vítězslav (referee) ; Materna, Zdeněk (advisor)
It may be challenging to design and perform a valid user study in the field of robotics. This bachelor's thesis gives a brief overview of commonly suggested guidelines and used methods. Its aim is to help future students dealing with user testing to carry out their studies successfully.
Ball Trajectory Estimation from Images
Heřman, Zdeněk ; Materna, Zdeněk (referee) ; Španěl, Michal (advisor)
Main goal of this thesis is to design a method for ball trajectory estimation from images, and to evaluate the proposed method using an experimental setup. Both the method and the experimental setup were designed to be suitable for a golf simulator. The proposed solution uses a stereo camera for flying ball tracking. Accurracy of the ball detection in images is further improved by using a pulsed light source. A solution reaches an accuracy that can be compared with cheaper simulators that already exist. Nevertheless prize is lower.

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