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

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

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

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Actions in general task Start (Successful or Failed action) Successful action Collaborative human-robot task Human action Robot action neutral face Looks at the The access barrier object is open The human subject puts the object in front of the robot Moves its hand The access barrier and pushes is closed the object The human subject Returns its hand waits to the start position Robot action expressive face Turns its head toward the object. Neutral face Starts the positive facial expression. Moves its hand and pushes the object.

10] investigated the effect of the telepresence robot’s height on the local user’s perceptions of the operator and subsequent interactions. The importance of understanding the potential users of the system and their roles before designing the TPR was highlighted. For example, to make the robot appear more agreeable and cooperative, a shorter height than the local user is needed. In contrast, a taller height is needed to convey the sense of an important, specialist role to the robot. From this study, it was felt flexible height will be appropriate because the role of TPR operator can then be changed according to circumstance.

Psychol. 126(2), 170–178 (2012) 15. : Choregraphe: a graphical tool for humanoid robot programming. In: The 18th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication, RO-MAN 2009, pp. 46–51. IEEE (2009) 16. : When my robot smiles at me: enabling humanrobot rapport via real-time head gesture mimicry. J. Multimodal User Interfaces 3(1–2), 99–108 (2010) 17. : To err is human (-like): effects of robot gesture on perceived anthropomorphism and likability. Int. J. Soc. Rob 5(3), 1–11 (2013) 18.

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