Deliberate delays during robot-to-human handovers improve compliance with gaze communication

@inproceedings{Admoni2014DeliberateDD,
  title={Deliberate delays during robot-to-human handovers improve compliance with gaze communication},
  author={Henny Admoni and Anca D. Dragan and Siddhartha S. Srinivasa and Brian Scassellati},
  booktitle={HRI},
  year={2014}
}
As assistive robots become popular in factories and homes, there is greater need for natural, multi-channel communication during collaborative manipulation tasks. Non-verbal communication such as eye gaze can provide information without overloading more taxing channels like speech. However, certain collaborative tasks may draw attention away from these subtle communication modalities. For instance, robot-to-human handovers are primarily manual tasks, and human attention is therefore drawn to… CONTINUE READING
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