Evaluating the human likeness of an android by comparing gaze behaviors elicited by the android and a person

@article{Minato2006EvaluatingTH,
  title={Evaluating the human likeness of an android by comparing gaze behaviors elicited by the android and a person},
  author={Takashi Minato and Michihiro Shimada and Shoji Itakura and Kang B. Lee and Hiroshi Ishiguro},
  journal={Advanced robotics : the international journal of the Robotics Society of Japan},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 10},
  pages={
          1147-1163
        }
}
Our research goal is to discover the principles underlying natural communication among individuals and to establish a methodology for the development of expressive humanoid robots. For this purpose we have developed androids that closely resemble human beings. The androids enable us to investigate a number of phenomena related to human interaction that could not otherwise be investigated with mechanical-looking robots. This is because more human-like devices are in a better position to elicit… CONTINUE READING

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