Dear RoboCup community,
I do research on robot design and sympathy for some years now. My
interest arose from RoboCup, where I conducted several surveys in
Magdeburg at German Open and at the RoboCup World Cup 2016 in Leipzig.
Currently, I am starting a survey for my PhD, which aims to uncover
likability trends in the design evaluation of robots. The survey is
quadrilingual and includes a colorful selection of robots with linked
background information. For the evaluation I need as much data as
possible and would like to invite you to participate. As a result the
taste of future users should be revealed and for this the comparison
between experts and non-experts is also very important.
You are welcome to forward the link below to the survey with the text
outside the community as well.
*_Can service robots support us in our everyday lives and what
should they look like?_*
This is the question addressed by the Robot Design and Sympathy
study. Whether you have direct experience with service robots or
not, you are invited to rate a colourful selection of robot models.
Please take 15-20 minutes to participate in the online survey.
Thank you for your support!
Eva Theresa Jahn, M.A.: Studied communication psychology at
Friedrich Schiller University in Jena, research assistant at TUM,
MIRMI - Munich Institute of Robotics and Machine Intelligence.
You can also find more information at
Eva Theresa Jahn