When people communicate, the way they move has as much to do with what they're saying as the words that come out of their mouths. But what about when robots communicate with people? How can robots use non-verbal communication to interact more naturally with humans? Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology found that when robots move in a more human-like fashion, with one movement leading into the next, that people can not only better recognize what the robot is doing, but they can also better mimic it themselves. The research was presented at the Human-Robot Interaction conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. Source: Georgia Tech Read More: www.laboratoryequipment.com/News-teaching-robots-to-move-like-humans-030811.aspx
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