Hebesberger, Denise and Dondrup, Christian and Gisinger, Christoph and Hanheide, Marc (2017) Patterns of use: how older adults with progressed dementia interact with a robot. In: Proc ACM/IEEE Int. Conf. on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) Late Breaking Reports, 6 - 9 March 2017, Vienna.
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Older adults represent a new user group of robots that are deployed in their private homes or in care facilities. In the presented study tangible aspects of older adults' interaction with an autonomous robot were focused. The robot was deployed as a companion in physical therapy for older adults with progressed dementia. Interaction was possible via a mounted touch screen. The menu was structured in a single layer and icons were big and with strong contrast. Employing a detailed observation protocol, interaction frequencies and contexts were assessed. Thereby, it was found that most of the interaction was encouraged by the therapists and that two out of 12 older adults with progressed dementia showed self-inducted interactions.
|Keywords:||dementia interact with a,how older adults with,progressed,robot,terns of use, robotics, mobile robotics, hri|
|Subjects:||H Engineering > H671 Robotics|
|Divisions:||College of Science > School of Computer Science|
|Deposited On:||02 Feb 2017 20:26|
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