A Plainly Designed Robot for the Experiments Regarding the Psychological Boundaries of Robots
Chyon Hae Kim*, Yumiko Yamazaki**, Shunsuke Nagahama**,
and Shigeki Sugano**
*Honda Research Institute Japan Co., Ltd., Japan
**Waseda University, Japan
We have developed a simply designed robot for the purpose of the psychological research confirming human recognition of the boundaries of robot agents. The physical boundary and the agent’s boundary of a robot are considered to have different shapes in human recognition. Results of the experiment indicated that we controlled the agent’s boundary successfully.
and Shigeki Sugano, “A Plainly Designed Robot for the Experiments Regarding the Psychological Boundaries of Robots,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.26, No.1, p. 109, 2014.
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