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Multi-Sensory Urban Search-and-Rescue Robotics: Improving the Operator's Omni-Directional Perception
Frontiers in Robotics and AI
The area of human-robot interaction deals with problems not only related to robots interacting with human beings but also with problems related to human beings interacting and controlling robots. This article focuses on the latter and evaluates multi-sensory (vision, hearing, touch, and smell) feedback interfaces as a means to improve robot-operator cognition and performance. The paper summarizes three-previously reported empirical studies on multi-sensory feedback using simulated robots. Itdoi:10.3389/frobt.2014.00014 fatcat:24ounj3xzzc2tjbouvnoluqkl4