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This paper presents a human-robot interaction system based
on the Aibo platform. This robot is both, complex and empathetic enough
to generate a high level of interest from the user. The complete system
is an interactive JukeBox intending to generate affective participation,
i.e., empathy, from the user towards the robot and its behavior. This
application is based on a robotic dance control system that generates
movements adequate to the music rhythm using a stochastic controller.
The user can interact with the system selecting or providing the songs to
be danced by the robot. The application has been successfully presented
in different non-scientific scenarios.
CitationAngulo, C.; Comas-Fernandez, J.; Pardo, D. Aibo JukeBox : a robot dance interactive experience. "Lecture notes in computer science", Juny 2011, vol. 6692, p. 605-612.
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