成年男子における立位と椅子座位の小型移動ロボットに対する個体距離に関する研究:ロボットと共生する生活空間の計画技術に関する研究 １ A STUDY ON THE DISTANCES OF AN UPRIGHT/CHAIR-SITTING SMALL MOBILE ROBOT TO MALE ADULT INDIVIDUALS:Research on the planning of architectural spaces for living together with robots 1
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This study seeks to establish techniques for planning living spaces in order for robots to live together with humans. It focuses on a small, mobile robot and identifies distances at which the robot can approach individuals, particularly adult males. The distance sought is the distance from the robot to a person beyond which the person does not wish the robot to approach. This paper also clarifies how the distances to individuals change as the robot's speed and angle of approach varies. The following three results were obtained by the study:<br>1. For the distance beyond which individuals did not wish the robot to approach, the robot's angle of speed did not have effect on the distance.<br>2. Compared by speed, 0.08m/s was a tendency for an individual to allow the robot to come closer as it moved forward, whereas the distance of the robot in chair-sitting form to an individual tended to be greater as it moved forward.<br>3. Overall, there were no noticeable differences among the angles of approach. Their distances to a person were almost entirely the same. Their distances to a person traced a semicircular with the individual at the center.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 76(664), 1093-1100, 2011
Architectural Institute of Japan