Robovie : an Interactive Humanoid Robot

@inproceedings{Ishiguro2001RobovieA,
  title={Robovie : an Interactive Humanoid Robot},
  author={Hiroshi Ishiguro and Tetsuo Ono and Michita Imai and Takeshi Maeda and Takayuki Kanda and Ryohei Nakatsu},
  year={2001}
}
We have developed a robot called “Robovie” that has unique mechanisms designed for communication with humans. Robovie can generate human-like behaviors by using the human-like actuators and vision and audio sensors. In the development, the software is a key. We have obtained two important ideas in human-robot communication through research from the viewpoint of cognitive science; one is importance of physical expressions using the body and the other is effectiveness of the robot’s autonomy in… CONTINUE READING
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