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Movers, Shakers, and Those Who Stand Still: Visual attention-grabbing in robot tele-operation (2017)

Movers, Shakers, and Those Who Stand Still: Visual attention-grabbing in robot tele-operation (2017)

Monitoring video feeds from remote robots is a tiring and visually noisy task. We explore how to aid operators in noticing important targets and events by highlighting them with visual cues. We explore cue design in a multi-stage iterative design process, by leveraging attention, perception, psychological, and computer vision literature.

Project Publications

Movers, Shakers, and Those Who Stand Still

Daniel J. Rea, Stela H. Seo, Neil Bruce, James E. Young. "Movers, Shakers, and Those Who Stand Still: Visual attention-grabbing techniques in robot tele-operation." In Proceedings of Human-Robot Interaction. ACM. 2017 (to appear).

Collaborators

Daniel J. Rea

Daniel J. Rea

PhD Student
Stela Hanbyeol Seo

Stela Hanbyeol Seo

PhD Student
James E.Young

James E.Young

Associate Professor

As well as: Neil Bruce