Mitsuhisa Yamashita

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This paper investigates impressions of approach motions of a mobile robot based on psychophysiological analysis. In one of our previous studies, we suggested that actuation noise caused by the robots tended to raise the sympathetic nervous system (SNS) response of heart rate variability. In another experiment it was observed that blocking out either the(More)
This paper addresses the issue of investigating the relationship between skin potential response (SPR) and robot motion from the aspect of auditory and visual modalities. The motion of the robotic devices primarily gave stimulus to the human through the auditory and visual modalities. Our previous work indicated that actuation noise caused from the robots(More)
This paper investigates impressions on the robot motion based on EDA experiments, deduces a motion rule for human-friendly robots from the investigations, and applies it to a mobile robot experimental apparatus. In our previous work, it was suggested that actuation noise come from the robots tended to raise the sympathetic nerve system (SNS) response of the(More)
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