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Proceedings of the 54th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
The essential component of studying how humans and robots relate is to observe how they interact with each other. This fact has been taken for granted until the COVID-19 pandemic made all such HRI study-based interactions verboten. We address the question of how HRI research can continue in an environment where physical distancing is the most effective approach to containing the spread of the disease. In this paper we present a pilot study that indicates that Remote-HRI (R-HRI) studies can be adoi:10.24251/hicss.2021.229 fatcat:f363sds3prb3ffgpefcvu3isky