Turn-taking supports humanlikeness and communication in perceptual crossing experiments - Toward developing human-like communicable interface devices

@inproceedings{Iizuka2012TurntakingSH,
  title={Turn-taking supports humanlikeness and communication in perceptual crossing experiments - Toward developing human-like communicable interface devices},
  author={Hiroyuki Iizuka and Davide Marocco and Hideyuki Ando and Taro Maeda},
  booktitle={VR},
  year={2012}
}
Our aim of this paper is to investigate the human communication in terms of two following questions. One is how human can know the fact that an interacting partner is human. Another is how non-communicative behaviour can become communicative. To answer these questions, we performed two experiments exploiting the idea of perceptual crossing experiments. As a result, we will show that the turn-taking structure supports humanlikeness and human communication in the primitive non-verbal interaction… CONTINUE READING