Designing a Co-Creative Dancing Robotic Tablet

Federico Fabiano, Hannah Pelikan, Jelle Pingen, Judith Zissoldt, Alejandro Catala, Mariet Theune

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    This paper reports the design and evaluation following user-centered methods of a dancing robotic tablet prototype for co-creative human-robot interaction. An initial exploratory interview study served to obtain requirements for the design and implementation of a first prototype. This prototype was evaluated in a user study and subsequently improved. Two types of autonomous robot behavior were considered as creativity support and evaluated in a second user study. While imitation behavior was perceived as more intelligent; the generation behavior that attempted to challenge users and be different to the users’ input led to a greater variety of gestures. Video recording analysis shows the potential of such autonomous behavior for the creative process, as users were inspired to some extent by the robot’s input.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages13
    Publication statusPublished - 15 Dec 2017
    Event6th International Workshop on Computational Creativity, Concept Invention, and General Intelligence - Sala de Grados, CS Faculty, Madrid, Spain
    Duration: 15 Dec 201715 Dec 2017
    Conference number: 6
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    Conference6th International Workshop on Computational Creativity, Concept Invention, and General Intelligence
    Abbreviated titleC3GI 2017
    CountrySpain
    CityMadrid
    Period15/12/1715/12/17
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    Keywords

    • dancing robot; co-creativity, creativity support tools; robot creativity; human-robot collaboration, user-centric methods

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    Fabiano, F., Pelikan, H., Pingen, J., Zissoldt, J., Catala, A., & Theune, M. (2017). Designing a Co-Creative Dancing Robotic Tablet. Paper presented at 6th International Workshop on Computational Creativity, Concept Invention, and General Intelligence, Madrid, Spain.
    Fabiano, Federico ; Pelikan, Hannah ; Pingen, Jelle ; Zissoldt, Judith ; Catala, Alejandro ; Theune, Mariet . / Designing a Co-Creative Dancing Robotic Tablet. Paper presented at 6th International Workshop on Computational Creativity, Concept Invention, and General Intelligence, Madrid, Spain.13 p.
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    Fabiano F, Pelikan H, Pingen J, Zissoldt J, Catala A, Theune M. Designing a Co-Creative Dancing Robotic Tablet. 2017. Paper presented at 6th International Workshop on Computational Creativity, Concept Invention, and General Intelligence, Madrid, Spain.