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Who is a Better Tutor? Gaze Hints with a Human or Humanoid Tutor in Game Play

Author
Mwangi, E.; Barakova, E.; Diaz, M.; Catala, A.; Rauterberg, M.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
12th Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
Date of publication
2017
Presentation's date
2017-03-07
Book of congress proceedings
HRI 2017: 12th Conference on Human-Robot Interaction: Vienna, Austria: March 6-9, 2017: proceedings book
First page
219
Last page
220
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1145/3029798.3038331 Open in new window
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/115092 Open in new window
URL
https://dl-acm-org.recursos.biblioteca.upc.edu/citation.cfm?id=3038331 Open in new window
Abstract
In this paper, we present a study that analyses the effects of robot or human gaze hints on people's choices in a card game. We asked human participants to play a matching card game in the presence of a human or a robotic tutor. Our aim was to find out if gaze hints provided by the tutor can direct the attention and influence the choices of the human participants. The results show that participants performed significantly better when they received gaze hints from a tutor than when they did not. ...
Citation
Mwangi, E., Barakova, E., Diaz, M., Catala, A., Rauterberg, M. Who is a Better Tutor? Gaze Hints with a Human or Humanoid Tutor in Game Play. A: ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction. "HRI 2017: 12th Conference on Human-Robot Interaction: Vienna, Austria: March 6-9, 2017: proceedings book". 2017, p. 219-220.
Keywords
Directed attention, Facial orientation, Games for social robots, Gaze perception, Gaze-based interactions
Group of research
CETpD - Technical Research Centre for Dependency Care and Autonomous Living
ISSET - Integrated Smart Sensors and Health Technologies

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