Benjamin A. Blumer

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In this paper we provide empirical evidence that using humanlike gaze cues during human-robot handovers can improve the timing and perceived quality of the handover event. Handovers serve as the foundation of many human-robot tasks. Fluent, legible handover interactions require appropriate nonverbal cues to signal handover intent, location and timing.(More)
A robot that can fluently hand over objects to people can be useful in many applications. In an effort to develop a fluent robot-to-human handover system, this work investigates people's behavioural responses to a robot that hands over objects to them while using different types of gaze cues. In our previous work, we found empirical evidence that the use of(More)
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