Programming a robot arm is a challenge since there are a lot of menus and submenus, no intuitive terms but only technical, and the manual is often not helpful.
Therefore, it is important to pay attention to the UX of robot arms to make it user-friendly. In our talk, we will discuss how we have used Qt, especially Qt Design Studio and Qt Remote Objects, in improving the UX of our robot arm and helping the collaboration between designers and developers.
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