The Invisible Naked Guy: An exploration of a minimalistic robot (2013)
AuthorsPartridge, M., Bartneck, C.show all
The development of convincing androids is currently constraint by the limitations of artiﬁcial intelligence. Instead of developing even more realistic human-like robots we attempt to push the opposite design direction to its extreme. We developed a most minimalistic robot that can still maintain an interesting interaction with users.It consists only of two animated slippers on a box. We exhibited this design exploration at in front of a museum and the responses very highly encouraging. With only a minimal set of clues we were able to create an anthropomorphic illusion.
CitationPartridge M, Bartneck C (2013). The Invisible Naked Guy: An exploration of a minimalistic robot. Sapporo, Japan: 1st International Conference on Human-Agent Interaction. 07/08/2013-09/08/2013.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research20 - Language, Communication and Culture
17 - Psychology and Cognitive Sciences