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Title: A Mixed Reality Approach to Human-Robot Interaction
Authors: Young, James
Sharlin, Ehud
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 15-Feb-2006
Abstract: This paper offers a mixed reality approach to humanrobot interaction (HRI) which exploits the fact that robots are both digital and physical entities. We use mixed reality (MR) to integrate digital interaction 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. We demonstrate this environment and taxonomy by detailing two interaction techniques, thought crumbs and bubblegrams, and to evaluate these techniques, we offer the design of an implementation prototype.
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