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Designing Human-Robot Interaction for Dependent Elderlies: a Living Lab Approach

Abstract : This paper describes the design and evaluation process of a mobile social robotic solution for elderlies, following a living lab approach. The living lab approach combines the principles of human-centred approach and participatory design. The research question at the heart of this study is whether a proper understanding of needs and participation of stakeholders in the design process ensures usefulness and acceptance of the solution. Informed by fieldwork in a retirement home, a prototype of human-robot interaction has been iteratively designed and evaluated with the participation of users. This HRI design serves as the basis to examine the practical acceptance this social robot interaction, as a first step to a broader reflection about the social acceptability of social robots. The first insights of this study are presented in this paper.
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Karine Lan Hing Ting, Mustapha Derras, Dimitri Voilmy. Designing Human-Robot Interaction for Dependent Elderlies: a Living Lab Approach. British HCI 2018, 32nd Human Computer Interaction Conference, Jul 2018, Belfast, Ireland. ⟨hal-02896634⟩



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