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IUI
2005
ACM
11 years 5 months ago
User intentions funneled through a human-robot interface
We describe a method for predicting user intentions as part of a human-robot interface. In particular, we show that funnels, i.e., geometric objects that partition the input space...
Michael T. Rosenstein, Andrew H. Fagg, Shichao Ou,...
HRI
2009
ACM
11 years 6 months ago
A preliminary system for recognizing boredom
A 3D optical flow tracking system was used to track participants as they watched a series of boring videos. The video stream of the participants was rated for boredom events. Rati...
Allison M. Jacobs, Benjamin R. Fransen, J. Malcolm...
IUI
2009
ACM
11 years 8 months ago
Multi-touch interaction for robot control
Recent developments in multi-touch technologies have exposed fertile ground for research in enriched humanrobot interaction. Although multi-touch technologies have been used for v...
Mark Micire, Jill L. Drury, Brenden Keyes, Holly A...
CHI
2004
ACM
12 years 10 days ago
How to trust robots further than we can throw them
Panelists with backgrounds in diverse aspects of humanrobot interaction will discuss the challenges of human-robot interaction in terms of operator trust. The panel will showcase ...
David J. Bruemmer, Douglas A. Few, Michael A. Good...
CHI
2004
ACM
12 years 10 days ago
Fan-out: measuring human control of multiple robots
A goal of human-robot interaction is to allow one user to operate multiple robots simultaneously. In such a scenario the robots provide leverage to the user's attention. The ...
Dan R. Olsen, Stephen Bart Wood
CHI
2008
ACM
12 years 11 days ago
"Seeing like a rover": embodied experience on the mars exploration rover mission
Although they work with two non-humanoid robots located several million miles away, the distributed team that operates the Mars Exploration Rovers demonstrates an uncanny sympathy...
Janet Vertesi
CHI
2008
ACM
12 years 11 days ago
The see-Puck: a platform for exploring human-robot relationships
We present the see-Puck, a round display module that extends an open robot platform, the e-Puck. It holds 148 LEDs (light emitting diodes) to enable the presentation of eye-catchi...
Mattias Jacobsson, Johan Bodin, Lars Erik Holmquis...
CHI
2009
ACM
12 years 16 days ago
Touch and toys: new techniques for interaction with a remote group of robots
Interaction with a remote team of robots in real time is a difficult human-robot interaction (HRI) problem exacerbated by the complications of unpredictable realworld environments...
Cheng Guo, James Everett Young, Ehud Sharlin
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