|December 2009 - Length: 76:00
For many years, the Robotics Lab at the University of Massachusetts Lowell has conducted studies of HRI in two different robot domains: urban search and rescue (USAR) robots and assistive technology (AT). We have observed several problems arising from current interface and robot designs. This talk will address how we are investigating these issues in our lab's research, including the design guidelines that we have developed for HRI, the development of multi-touch interfaces for disaster response, and creating HRI for people with disabilities. The talk will also address the evaluation methodologies that we have developed for HRI systems.
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|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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