EDDIE - An Emotion-Display with Dynamic Intuitive Expressions

@inproceedings{Sosnowski2006EDDIEA,
  title={EDDIE - An Emotion-Display with Dynamic Intuitive Expressions},
  author={Stefan Sosnowski and Kolja K{\"u}hnlenz and Martin Buss},
  booktitle={RO-MAN},
  year={2006}
}
EDDIE, a novel mechatronical emotion-display designed for dynamic non-verbal human-robot interaction is presented. A special feature are dynamic and realistic emotional state transitions. Therefore, the emotional state-space based on the circumplex model of affect is directly mapped to joint space. The display is largely developed and manufactured in a rapid-prototyping process. Only miniature off-the-shelf mechatronic components are used providing high functionality at low cost. 

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