• Simon Hansen
  • Brian Walther Skovgaard Jensen
4. semester, Medialogi, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
This paper presents the distance and gesture difference at which acknowledgement should be established for drone to human communication. We present three studies on human drone interaction. Specifically we 1. Identified the distances at which people wanted to be acknowledged by a drone. 2. Implemented four embodied drone gestures based on non-verbal human gestures (nod, toss, gaze) and fixed wing wobble acknowledgment signal; and evaluated how these perform in eliciting acknowledgement in people. 3. Evaluated how a combination of previously used gestures perform in a crowd-sourced study using video recorded clips. Results showed that contrary to human robot interaction findings people want drones to communicate acknowledgement earlier than with humans/robots and for embodied gestures rotating the drone towards the receiver of the gesture elicits a higher degree of acknowledgement than without. Indicating that drones should perform gestures directly towards the person which it wants to acknowledge or communicate.
Udgivelsesdato21 maj 2017
Antal sider10
ID: 258046352