Becoming Cyborg: Interdisciplinary approaches for exoskeleton research

Elizabeth Ann Jochum, Louis-Philippe Demers, Bill Vorn, Evgenios Vlachos, Paul Bruce Mcilvenny, Pirkko Liisa Raudaskoski

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This paper describes novel interdisciplinary approaches for the design and training of cyborg technologies, specifically upper body exoskeletons. EXACT: Exoskeletons, Art and Choreographic Training is a multi-faceted research effort that uses dance performance and experimental trials to study the effects of movement and live performance on exoskeleton training. The goal is to combine research methods from the arts with human robot interaction (HRI) research. The rationale for using ethnographic methods (which privilege qualitative analysis through video data and multimodal interaction analysis) within an HRI framework is to develop nuanced approaches for studying embodiment and techno-corporeality in socially-situated contexts. This investigation has led to the development of new evaluation tools and frameworks for studying human-machine interaction, including human-centred assessments and custom virtual reality tools that allow for fine-grained analysis. An interdisciplinary approach is essential for studying the corporeal experience in human-machine interactions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelEVA Copenhagen 2018 - Politics of the Machines - Art and After
ForlagBritish Computer Society
Publikationsdato17 maj 2018
Sider1-9
Artikelnummer40
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 17 maj 2018
BegivenhedPolitics of the Machine - Art and After: EVA-Copenhagen - AAU Copenhagen Campus, Copenhagen, Danmark
Varighed: 15 maj 201818 maj 2018
http://www.eva-copenhagen.dk

Konference

KonferencePolitics of the Machine - Art and After
LokationAAU Copenhagen Campus
LandDanmark
ByCopenhagen
Periode15/05/201818/05/2018
Internetadresse
NavnElectronic Workshops in Computing
Nummer2018
Vol/bindEVA Copenhagen
ISSN1477-9358

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Cyborgs
Human robot interaction
Virtual reality
Exoskeleton (Robotics)

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    Jochum, E. A., Demers, L-P., Vorn, B., Vlachos, E., Mcilvenny, P. B., & Raudaskoski, P. L. (2018). Becoming Cyborg: Interdisciplinary approaches for exoskeleton research. I EVA Copenhagen 2018 - Politics of the Machines - Art and After (s. 1-9). [40] British Computer Society. Electronic Workshops in Computing, Nr. 2018, Bind. EVA Copenhagen https://doi.org/10.14236/ewic/EVAC18.40
    Jochum, Elizabeth Ann ; Demers, Louis-Philippe ; Vorn, Bill ; Vlachos, Evgenios ; Mcilvenny, Paul Bruce ; Raudaskoski, Pirkko Liisa. / Becoming Cyborg : Interdisciplinary approaches for exoskeleton research. EVA Copenhagen 2018 - Politics of the Machines - Art and After. British Computer Society, 2018. s. 1-9 (Electronic Workshops in Computing; Nr. 2018, Bind EVA Copenhagen).
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