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The impact of telepresence robot types on the perceived presence of a remote sender
- The impact of telepresence robot types on the perceived presence of a remote sender
- Lee; H.; Choi; J.J.; Kwak; S.S.
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- International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications
- International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications vol. 9, no. 9, pp. 107 - 116
- Copresence; Pure medium; Social medium; Social presence; Sound interface; Telepresence; Telepresence robot
- Science and Engineering Research Support Society
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- As telepresence robots are developed for interpersonal communication between a remote sender and a receiver, conveying the presence of a remote sender to a receiver is an important issue. A telepresence robot could build its own presence unlike other media since it enables visual, auditory, and tactile communication having an in-space physical embodiment. Thus, in order to find effective ways to deliver the presence of a remote sender, we executed a 2 (Telepresence robot types: social medium vs. pure medium) within-participants experiment (N=30). In this study, two types of telepresence robots, a telepresence robot with high presence, a social medium, and that with low presence, a pure medium, provides the information of the conversation status to a receiver. The results show that participants felt more presence of a remote sender when interacting with a telepresence robot with high presence than a robot with low presence. Implications for design of a telepresence robot to increase the presence of a remote sender are discussed. © 2015 SERSC.
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