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Title: Design And Development Of A Social Robotic Head - Dorothy
Keywords: Social Robots, Dorothy, Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), Facial Expressions, Speak, Mechanism
Issue Date: 20-Aug-2010
Citation: DAI DONGJIAO (2010-08-20). Design And Development Of A Social Robotic Head - Dorothy. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Nowadays, more and more social robots are created to communicate and interact with humans to varying degrees. Dorothy is a 9-DOF social robot head that can interact physically, affectively, and socially with humans in order to ultimately learn from them. It has similar facial features as humans and capable to speak typed input and at the same time show the corresponding facial expressions. These mechanisms and skills help it to cope with a complex social environment, to tune its responses to the human, and to give the human social cues so that he/she is better able to tune him/herself to Dorothy. Utilizing Dorothy, we can have a better understanding of Human-Robot Interaction (HRI).
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