Title of paper : KASPAR – A Minimally Expressive Humanoid Robot for Human-Robot Interaction Research

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  title={Title of paper : KASPAR – A Minimally Expressive Humanoid Robot for Human-Robot Interaction Research},
  author={Kerstin Dautenhahn and Chrystopher L. Nehaniv and Michael L. Walters and Ben Robins and Hatice Kose-Bagci and Naeem Assif Mirza and Mike Blow},
  year={2009}
}
This article provides a comprehensive introduction to the design of the minimally expressive robot KASPAR which is particularly suitable for human-robot interaction studies. A low-cost design with off-the-shelf components has been used in a novel design inspired from a multi-disciplinary viewpoint, including comics design and Japanese Noh theatre. The design rationale of the robot and its technical features are described in detail. Three research studies will be presented that have been using… CONTINUE READING
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