In this paper we offer an intelligent integrated environment for
human-robot interaction. This environment takes advantage of the fact that
robots are both digital and physical entities, thus improving human-robot
interaction and communication. Using mixed reality, our approach brings
digital information directly into the physical environment, allowing users to
interact with robots ideas and thoughts directly within the shared physical
interaction space. We also present a taxonomy which we use to organise and
classify the various interaction techniques that this environment offers.
Using this taxonomy, we demonstrate by detailing three interaction
techniques, thought crumbs, decorations and bubblegrams. To evaluate these
techniques, we offer the design of a realisable prototype.
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