The 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Workshop on Android
Humanoids-2005 Workshop: Views
on the Uncanny Valley
science at Osaka University.
Oriented Design was developed by Joanna Bryson to make
building humanoid intelligence easier.
video demonstrating macromovements with Repliee Q1, an android
modeled after the average woman. [video]
video demonstrating micromovements with Repliee R1, an android
modeled after a six-year-old girl. [video]
Discovery Channel aired a piece entitled Android Science on
Thursday, 24 March 2005 as part of the Daily
Planet Goes to Japan. The android is Repliee Q2. [video]
Matsui, D., Minato, T., MacDorman, K. & Ishiguro,
H. (2005). Generating natural motion in an android by mapping
human motion. Proceedings of the IEEE/RSJ International
Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems. August
2 - 6, 2005. Edmonton, Canada. [pdf]
T. and Lee, B. (2004). Interpersonal perception in Japanese
and British observers. Perception, 33, pp. 957-974.
K.F., Minato, T., Shimada, M., Itakura, S., Cowley, S., and
Ishiguro, H. (2005). Assessing human likeness by eye contact
in an android testbed. Proceedings of the 27th Annual
Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Stresa, 21-23
(Pre-camera ready version)
K. F. and Ishiguro, H. (2004). The study of interaction through
the development of androids. IPSJ SIG Technical Reports
2004-CVIM-146 (pp. 69-75), 2004(113). November 11-12,
2004. Tokyo, Japan.
H. (2005). Android science: Toward a new cross-interdisciplinary
framework. The Twelveth International Symposium of Robotics
H. (2005). Android science. Journal of the Institute of
Systems, Control and Information Engineers, 2(2), pp.
47-52. (In Japanese.)
Minato, T., MacDorman,
K. F., Shimada, M., Itakura, S., Lee, K., and Ishiguro, H.
(2004). Evaluating humanlikeness by comparing responses elicited
by an android and a person, Proceedings of the Second
International Workshop on Man-Machine Symbiotic Systems
(pp. 373-383). November 23-24, 2004. Kyoto, Japan. [pdf]