Development of a Handshake Robot System for Embodied Interaction with Humans

@article{Jindai2006DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Handshake Robot System for Embodied Interaction with Humans},
  author={Mitsuru Jindai and Tomio Watanabe and Satoru Shibata and Tomonori Yamamoto},
  journal={ROMAN 2006 - The 15th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication},
  year={2006},
  pages={710-715}
}
It is expected that robots will play an important role in social welfare and service for the older citizens. These robots should display an emotional aspect to make them more acceptable to humans. Humans shake hands in order to greet each other and display a feeling of closeness. A handshake is the embodied interaction with contact by which humans can directly share embodied rhythms. In this paper, we develop a handshake robot system for embodied interaction. The robot can generate the… CONTINUE READING
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