Hypercollaborative Human-Machine Interaction through the World Wide Web

Harry H. Cheng


The hypercollaborative human-machine interaction is characterized by its hypercollaborative nature. Unlike conventional teleoperation, in a hypercollaborative human-machine interaction environment, mechatronic systems at a distant location can be controlled remotely by different people thousands of miles away at different locations through the multimedia/hypermedia user interface. A prototype hypercollaborative human-machine interaction system can be collaboratively controlled remotely from any part of the world through web browsers on the World Wide Web by linking to the Uniform Resource Locator address http://iel.ucdavis.edu for a hypercollaborative laboratory. The system is integrated under the CH programming paradigm.

Integration Engineering Laboratory
Created by Harry H. Cheng, 12/15/1995