Haptic Human-Robot Affective Interaction in a Handshaking Social Protocol

Abstract : Robots are more and more present in our daily lives. In human- robot interaction, a social intelligent robot should be capable of understanding the context of interaction with the human so as to be- have in a proper manner by following some social rules. This paper focuses on the haptic affective social interaction during a greeting handshaking between the human and the robot. The main goal of this work is to study how the haptic feedback involved during the human-robot handshake can convey emotions, and more precisely, how it can influence the perception of emotions expressed through the facial expressions of the robot. Moreover, we examine the bene- fits of the multimodality (i.e., visuo-haptic) over the monomodality (i.e., visual-only and haptic-only). The experimental results with Meka robot show that the multimodal (i.e., visuo-haptic) condition presenting high values for grasping force and stiffness of move- ment are evaluated with higher values for the arousal and domi- nance dimensions than during the visual condition. Furthermore, the analysis of the results corresponding to the monomodal haptic condition showed that participants discriminate well the dominance and the arousal dimensions of the haptic behaviours presenting low and high values for grasping force and stiffness of movement.
Keywords : HRI haptics emotion
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IEEE. IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Mar 2015, Portland, United States
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Mehdi Ammi, Virginie Demulier, Jean-Sylvain Caillou, Yoren Gaffary, Mohamed Yacine Tsalamlal, et al.. Haptic Human-Robot Affective Interaction in a Handshaking Social Protocol. IEEE. IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Mar 2015, Portland, United States. 〈hal-01610965〉

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