I Reach Faster When I See You Look: Gaze Effects in Human–Human and Human–Robot Face-to-Face Cooperation

@inproceedings{Boucher2012IRF,
  title={I Reach Faster When I See You Look: Gaze Effects in Human–Human and Human–Robot Face-to-Face Cooperation},
  author={Jean-David Boucher and Ugo Pattacini and Am{\'e}lie Lelong and G{\'e}rard Bailly and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Elisei and Sascha Fagel and Peter Ford Dominey and Jocelyne Ventre-Dominey},
  booktitle={Front. Neurorobot.},
  year={2012}
}
Human-human interaction in natural environments relies on a variety of perceptual cues. Humanoid robots are becoming increasingly refined in their sensorimotor capabilities, and thus should now be able to manipulate and exploit these social cues in cooperation with their human partners. Previous studies have demonstrated that people follow human and robot gaze, and that it can help them to cope with spatially ambiguous language. Our goal is to extend these findings into the domain of action, to… CONTINUE READING
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