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Effective Non-Verbal Communication for Mobile Robots using Expressive Lights

@inproceedings{Baraka2016EffectiveNC,
  title={Effective Non-Verbal Communication for Mobile Robots using Expressive Lights},
  author={Kim Baraka},
  year={2016}
}
Mobile robots are entering our daily lives and are expected to carry out tasks with, for, and around humans in diverse environments. Due to their mobility and the diversity of their states while executing their tasks, revealing robot state information during task execution is crucial to enable effective human-robot collaboration, better trust in the robot, and more engaging human-robot social interactions. Verbal communication combined with on-screen display is currently the typical mechanism… Expand
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