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Ozcan Vieira, E. (author), Liu, Y. (author), Vroon, Jered (author), Kamphuis, Daan (author), Spagnol, S. (author)
Good sleep is conducive to the recovery process of hospital patients - and yet, in many wards, sleep duration and quality can often be suboptimal, in part due to modifiable hospital-related sounds and noises. At the neurological ward of the Reinier de Graaf hospital in Delft, the Netherlands, we developed and evaluated a prototype information...
conference paper 2022
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Vroon, Jered (author), Zhou, Y. (author), Rusak, Z. (author)
When mobile urban robots will share the sidewalk with people, the resulting interactions can cause unexpected undesirable outcomes to emerge – from people running away scared to people deliberately teasing and harassing such systems. How can we design such AI systems to aptly handle the unexpected? Directly anticipating and/or detecting these...
conference paper 2020
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Vroon, Jered (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Zaga, Cristina (author), Rozendaal, M.C. (author), Lupetti, M.L. (author), van Beek, E. (author)
Our interactions form an intricate 'dance' - a dance requiring a fluent integration of both expressivity (e.g. to approach someone) and sensitivity (e.g. detect if you 'should' approach someone). Work on behaving artefacts has focused mostly on the social, emotional and aesthetic qualities that can be evoked - expressed - through interactions...
conference paper 2020
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Vroon, Jered (author), Englebienne, Gwenn (author), Evers, Vanessa (author)
What if a robot could detect when you think it got too close to you during its approach? This would allow it to correct or compensate for its social ‘mistake’. It would also allow for a responsive approach, where that robot would reactively find suitable approach behavior through and during the interaction. We investigated if it is possible to...
conference paper 2019
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