Daphne Karreman
Daphne Karreman
Codarts hogeschool voor de kunsten
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Robot gestures make difficult tasks easier: the impact of gestures on perceived workload and task performance
M Lohse, R Rothuis, J Gallego-Pérez, DE Karreman, V Evers
Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing …, 2014
252014
Visiting cultural heritage with a tour guide robot: A user evaluation study in-the-wild
D Karreman, G Ludden, V Evers
International Conference on Social Robotics, 317-326, 2015
152015
Robot etiquette: How to approach a pair of people?
D Karreman, L Utama, M Joosse, M Lohse, B van Dijk, V Evers
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot …, 2014
142014
Contextual analysis of human non-verbal guide behaviors to inform the development of FROG, the fun robotic outdoor guide
DE Karreman, EMAG van Dijk, V Evers
International Workshop on Human Behavior Understanding, 113-124, 2012
122012
The development and real-world deployment of FROG, the fun robotic outdoor guide
V Evers, N Menezes, L Merino, D Gavrila, F Nabais, M Pantic, P Alvito, ...
Proceedings of the 2014 ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot …, 2014
112014
Using the visitor experiences for mapping the possibilities of implementing a robotic guide in outdoor sites
DE Karreman, EMAG van Dijk, V Evers
2012 IEEE RO-MAN: The 21st IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human …, 2012
112012
The Influence of Approach Speed and Functional Noise on Users’ Perception of a Robot
M Lohse, N van Berkel, EMAG van Dijk, MP Joosse, DE Karreman, ...
IROS 2013, 2013
102013
Picking Favorites: The Influence of Robot Eye-Gaze on Interactions with Multiple Users
DE Karreman, GU Sepúlveda Bradford, EMAG van Dijk, M Lohse, V Evers
IROS 2013, 2013
92013
What happens when a robot favors someone?: How a tour guide robot uses gaze behavior to address multiple persons while storytelling about art
DE Karreman, GU Sepúlveda Bradford, BE van Dijk, M Lohse, V Evers
Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot …, 2013
42013
How Can a Tour Guide Robot's Orientation Influence Visitors’ Orientation and Formations?
D Karreman, G Ludden, B van Dijk, V Evers
Proceeding of 4th International Symposium on New Frontiers in Human-Robot …, 2015
32015
Beyond R2D2-The design of nonverbal interaction behavior optimized for robot-specific morphologies
DE Karreman
22016
Performing artist and Athlete Health Monitor: user experience, content and conditions for use of an online dance-health surveillance system in a professional ballet company
DE Karreman, SC Keizer-Hulsebosch, JH Stubbe
BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine 5 (1), 2019
2019
Beyond R2D2: Designing Multimodal Interaction Behavior for Robot-specific Morphology
DE Karreman, GDS Ludden, V Evers
ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction (THRI) 8 (3), 18, 2019
2019
The Development of Robot Specific Behavior for Tour Guide Robots
D Karreman, B van Dijk, V Evers
International Conference on Social Robotics (ICSR2013), 27-29, 2013
2013
Position paper: the development of robot specific behavior for tour guide robots
D Karreman, B van Dijk, V Evers
2013
Poster Session III, July 15th 2010—Abstracts Banjy: fun to move and play for kids around 12 years of age
H Ravelli, M van Rooijen, T Jongert, H de Voogd Claessen, J Hoyng, ...
Procedia Engineering 2 (2), 3483, 2010
2010
Poster Session III, July 15th 2010—Abstracts Banjy: fun to move and play for kids around 12 years of age
H Ravelli, M van Rooijen, T Jongert, H de Voogd Claessen, J Hoyng, ...
Procedia Engineering 2 (2), 3483, 2010
2010
Banjy, made to move: The design of a children's toy vehicle
DE Karreman
2010
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