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By Jeffrey T.K.V. Koh, Belinda J. Dunstan, David Silvera-Tawil, Mari Velonaki

This LNAI 9549 constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the 1st overseas Workshop in Cultural Robotics 2015, held as a part of the twenty fourth overseas Symposium on robotic and Human Interactive communique held in Kobe, Japan, in August/September 2015.
a complete of 12 complete papers and 1 brief paper have been permitted from a complete of 26 at first submitted.

The following papers are geared up into 4 different types. those different types are indicative of the level to which tradition has inspired the layout or software of the robots concerned, and discover a development within the emersion and overlap among human and robot generated tradition.

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643] Human–likeness of BI vs. NI motion MI vs. NI MI vs. 653] Overall BI vs. NI MI vs. NI MI vs. 049] Speed BI vs. NI MI vs. NI MI vs. 027] Imitative skill BI vs. NI MI vs. NI MI vs. 073] the difference in human–likeness of motion may be due to the small sample size in this study. The conclusion we can draw from these results is that Egyptian and Japanese participants in this study differed in their response to the BI and MI conditions in comparison with the NI condition. While back and mutual imitation was associated with an increase in the perception of robot’s imitative skill for Japanese subjects (as reported previously in [13]), no such differences were found for Egyptian subjects.

The average age was 24 years old. 2 Collaborative Task Experiment and Scenarios The aim of the experiment was to determine the influence of negative facial expression of a robot on the human response, only when an unexpected failure occurs for the first time during a task. The experiment was designed to explore with non complex repetitive task the influence between the facial expression and the human actions and if this influence can be registered and significant in order to use in a collaborative human - robot task.

Also, the TPRs from InTouch Health [1] are shown in Fig. 3. Those were developed for specialized medical environments. If the later M4K’s movement range is not so wide or its usage is specific to medical environments, such size, weight, and shapes will be considered. 3 Design Process Firstly, an ideal version of a robot form was suggested. Then the design was matched with currently developed equipment and budget constraints. This process is not in fact atypical to any other product development process.

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