Mizobuchi Sachi

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Using a dog-like robot, the effectiveness of latency of response for life-like communication was examined. The participant touched the robot's head, it lifted up the head, and he/she evaluated its from the point of living and intention. As results, the effect of latency of response was not clear because of a variety of life-like impressions. The life-like(More)
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