Robots Showing Emotions
Emotion Representation with no bio-inspired body
Robots should be able to represent emotional states to interact with people as social agents. There are cases where robots cannot have bio-inspired bodies, for instance because the task to be performed requires a special shape, as in the case of home cleaners, package carriers, and many others. In these cases, emotional states have to be represented by exploiting movements of the body. In this paper, we present a set of case studies aimed at identifying speciﬁc values to convey emotion trough changes in linear and angular velocities, which might be applied on different non-anthropomorphic bodies. This work originates from some of the most considered emotion expression theories and from emotion coding for people. We show that people can recognize some emotional expressions better than others, and we propose some directions to express emotions exploiting only bio-neutral movement.
Keywords: Emotion expression, human-robot interaction, social robotics, case studies, nonantropomorphic platform, emotion expression with non-antropmorphic platform
Published online: 30 March 2017
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