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This paper introduces AntHand, a set of interaction techniques for enhancing precision and adaptability in telerobotics through the use of scaled objects in virtual environments. AntHand operates in three phases: up-scaling interaction, for detailed control through a magnified virtual model; constraining interaction, which locks movement dimensions for accuracy; and post-editing, allowing manipulation trace optimization and noise reduction. AntHand demonstrates how collaboration between humans and robots can improve precise control of robot actions in telerobotic operations.

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