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Main Title: Experimental Human-Robot-Interaction: A Handover-Interaction with BROMMI:TAK at a public science event.
Author(s): Graf, Philipp
Marquardt, Manuela
Compagna, Diego
Type: Video
Language Code: en
Abstract: We conducted a Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) study during a science event, using a mixed method exper- imental approach with quantitative and qualitative data (adapted version of Godspeed Questionnaire and audio-visual material analysed videographically). The main purpose of the research was to gather insight into the relevance of the so-called “point of interaction” for a successful and user-friendly interaction with a non-anthropomorphic robot. We elaborate on this concept with reference to sociological theories under the heading of “addressability” and “social address” and generate hypotheses informed by former research and theoretical reflections. We implement an interface on our robot system, comprising two LEDs, which indicate the status of the robot/interaction, and which might possi- bly serve as basal form of embodied social address. In one experimental condition, the movements were accompanied by a light choreography, the other one was conducted without the LEDs. Our findings suggest a potential relevance of social address for the interaction partner to receive additional information, especially if the situation is a contingent one. Nevertheless, the overall rating on the Godspeed scales showed no significant differences between the light condi- tions. Several possible reasons for this are discussed. Limitations and advantages are pointed out in the conclusion.
Issue Date: 16-Jun-2017
Date Available: 23-Jun-2017
DDC Class: 150 Psychologie
620 Ingenieurwissenschaften und zugeordnete Tätigkeiten
Subject(s): human-robot-interaction
Sponsor/Funder: BMBF, 16SV7109, Intuitive sozio-technische Interaktion - Kommunikation, Handlung und Wahrnehmung von Menschen und Roboter-Assistenzsystemen im Kontext des demographischen Wandels
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