Nathan Sanders

College of Engineering

2023 journal article

A comparison of the psychological effects of robot motion in physical and virtual environments


By: N. Sanders n, Z. Xie n & K. Chen n

author keywords: Human-robot interaction; Virtual reality; Workload
MeSH headings : Humans; Robotics / methods; User-Computer Interface; Task Performance and Analysis; Workload; Ergonomics
TL;DR: A mixed-methods approach was used to assess the fidelity of virtual environments as ergonomic assessment tools for human-robot interaction, and results suggest that people were distracted by the sound of the robot, and that presence was affected by manipulations of immersion and coherence. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: July 19, 2023

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