Interface design. Robotics and Interaction for AAL.pdf

Interface design. Robotics and Interaction for AAL PDF

Niccolò Casiddu

La seguente pubblicazione raccoglie le ricerche svolte dal Dipartimento di Scienze per lArchitettura dellUniversità degli Studi di Genova sullaccessibilità e la fruibilità degli spazi abitativi e degli oggetti di uso quotidiano, per definire una nuova concezione dellabitare, che grazie alle ICT, sia in grado di offrire soluzioni individuali per ogni tipo di esigenza, a prescindere dalletà e dal livello di fragilità delle persone. Lapproccio metodologico Human Centered Robotic Design per lAAL Ambient Assisted Living è un approccio che si basa sulle linee guida dellomonimo programma di ricerca europeo, ed è centrato su Tecnologie innovative di assistenza agli anziani in ambiente domestico

Interactive content and user interface design for websites, mobile devices and experiential installations. Examples include: software, mobile apps, interactive projections, products with embedded user interface, animations, simulations, robotics, etc. Robotics, Mechatronics, and Human Machine Interface Research in these domains is conducted primarily by faculty in Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and Computer Science.

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Sofi Voighua

The focus of Robotics, Brain and Cognitive Sciences Unit (RBCS) is a “human centric” approach to interaction science along three main branches of research: i) humanoid robotics with a focus on cognition; ii) human behavioural studies and rehabilitation with a focus on action and perception; iii) human-machine communication and interaction with a focus on agent-agent cooperation guided by

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Mattio Mazio

Human-Robot Interaction David Feil-Seifer Maja J Matari´c Contents HRI: Human-Robot Interaction SAR: Socially Assistive Robotics SIR: Socially Interactive Robotics Robot: A mechanical system that takes inputs from sensors, processes them, and acts on its environment to perform and design), computer science (human-computer interaction Scope. Human-robot interaction (HRI) investigates human activities and environments to inform the design of robots for human use; develops novel theories, methods, and mechanism that enable robots to interact with people in effective, positive, and ethical ways; and studies the nature as well as the individual and societal outcomes of interactions between humans and robots.

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Noels Schulzzi

Sep 13, 2017 ... Interface Design of a Physical Human–Robot Interaction System for Human Impedance Adaptive Skill Transfer. Abstract: It has been ... Feb 26, 2020 ... Great Interface Design Is the Key to Human-robot Performance ... “As these are autonomous entities, the context of user's interaction with them ... This includes exploring the needs of all user constituencies, each with its own ...

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Jason Statham

We started with an initial design based upon a list of guidelines recommended by Yanco, Drury and Scholtz (2004) and Scholtz et al. (2004). The guidelines state ... provided, allowing some collaboration between the robot and the human operator. ... which we described in a previous publication (Fallon et al., 2015a). In Section 1.1 we ... We will describe the task autonomy design and user interface we.

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Jessica Kolhmann

Jun 12, 2016 ... Designing a Human-Robot Interaction about Guilt. Researchers Cunningham et al. (1980) conducted a social experiment called “Wanting to or ...