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CIR: Bridging Design and Perception: Novel Tools and Technologies for Creating Effective Human-Robot Interactions

April 18 @ 12:00 am - 1:30 am

Presentation: Bridging Design and Perception: Novel Tools and Technologies for Creating Effective Human-Robot Interactions
Abstract:
Understanding human perception of robots is crucial for effective human-robot interaction, particularly as robots move into more collaborative roles with humans. Gaining an understanding of the multitude of factors that affect how a human perceives a robot requires a multifaceted approach. One method of investigating this perception involves evaluating novel methods for human-robot teaming. This talk will present the evaluation of an Augmented Reality interface for human-robot teaming, discussing its implications for effective interactions. Another method of approaching this topic concerns the effects of a robot’s design on how it is perceived. This talk also presents a novel interface for participatory robot design, aiming to provide researchers with tools and data for better understanding what aspects of their robot design influence how it is perceived.

Speaker(s): Benjamin Dossett,

Room: 300, Bldg: Ritchie Engineering, 2155 E Wesley Ave, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80208