Natural human-robot interaction using social cues
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- ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, 2016, 2016-April pp. 503 - 504
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© 2016 IEEE. This paper investigates the problem of how humans understand and control human-robot collaborative action and how to build natural interactions during human-robot collaborative action. We use a 'pick and place' experiment to study collaborative activities between a human and a robot. The results show that even if human participants had a good understanding of the maximum reachability of the robot, they consistently take a surprisingly long time to help and assist the robot when a target object is out of its reach. We implemented a number of social cues in the experiment, analysed their effects in order to identify the role they could play to improve the fluency of human-robot collaboration. The experimental results showed that when the robot uses head movements, two hands or a gesture to indicate non-reachability, people react in a more natural way to assist the robot.
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