Human Support Network System Using Friendly Robot
Because the traditional driver support system warns unilaterally by a display and a sound, it often addles a driver. If you feel burden about a present system using keyboard, mouse and so on, you might feel familiar with a system using a pet-robot. A Pet-robot, which pleases, helps and stays close to human, is called Friendly robot. So we construct a warning system using Friendly robot. In the evaluative experiment 1, we compare the understandablity, the familiarity, and the ability of the notification between Friendly robot and the traditional system. Furthermore, from the result of the evaluation experiment 1, we improve the driver support system about “easy to notify” using several time warnings by Friendly robot. We show the effectiveness of the driver support system using Friendly robot.
KeywordsEvaluation Experiment Warning System Joint Attention Evaluative Experiment Network Robot
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