Drum-mate: A Human-Humanoid Drumming Experience
Kose-Bagci, H.; Dautenhahn, K.; Syrdal, D.S.; Nehaniv, C.L.
Citation: Kose-Bagci , H , Dautenhahn , K , Syrdal , D S & Nehaniv , C L 2007 , ' Drum-mate: A Human-Humanoid Drumming Experience ' Procs 7th IEEE-RAS Int Conf on Humanoid Robots 2007 pp.242 - , vol 247 , pp. 242-247 . , 10.1109/ICHR.2007.4813875
We present an exploratory study investigating a drumming experience with Kaspar, a humanoid child-sized robot, and a human. In this work, our aim is not to have Kaspar just replicate the human partner's drumming, but to engage with the human in a dasiasocial mannerpsila using head gestures in a call and response turn-taking interaction and to assess the impact of non-verbal gestures on the interaction. Results from the first implementation of a human-robot interaction experiment are presented and analysed qualitatively (in terms of participants' subjective experiences) and quantitatively (concerning the drumming performance of the human-robot pair). The interaction experience is discussed in terms of imitation, turn-taking, and the effect of gender differences.
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