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Design for an optimal social presence experience when using telepresence robots

Bamoallem, B. S. and Wodehouse, A. J. and Mair, Gordon (2014) Design for an optimal social presence experience when using telepresence robots. In: 13th International Design Conference (Design 2014), 2014-05-19 - 2014-05-22, Croatia.

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Abstract

A preliminary paper on the design requirements for telepresence robots in order to maximise the experience of social presence. A brief overview of current telepresence robot designs and requirements for social presence is included.