Parallel Robots Research
This self-initiated individual research project focused on the workspace analysis of a kinematically redundant parallel robot. Kinematically redundant robots have the advantage of lower number of singularities in the workspace of the mechanism without over constraining the robot.
I proposed a novel and practical type of workspace for this type of mechanism, improving the applicability of parallel robots. It led to a publication at a robotics conference.
Click here for my publication at the Towards Autonomous Robotic Systems (TAROS) 2019 Conference.
Details of the algorithms can be found on my Github.