Congratulations to the team of Birte Richter, Felix Putze, Gabriel Ivucic, Mara Brandt, Christian Schütze, Rafael Reisenhofer, Britta Wrede, and Tanja Schultz for their new publication describing the MMM-supported LabLinking initiative entitled: “EEG Correlates of Distractions and Hesitations in Human–Robot Interaction: A LabLinking Pilot Study”
In this work, the authors provide a proof-of-concept that our vision of LabLinking makes it possible to conduct collaborative HRI studies in remote laboratories! It lays a foundation for joint in-depth research in human-robot scaffolding strategies between the Universities Bremen and Bielefeld.
The paper has been published with Open Access in Multimodal Technologies and Interaction as part of the Special Issue Feature Papers in Multimodal Technologies and Interaction—Edition 2023 and is available online:
PDF Version: https://www.mdpi.com/2414-4088/7/4/37/pdf
Richter, B., Putze, F., Ivucic, G., Brandt, M., Schütze, C., Reisenhofer, R., Wrede, B., & Schultz, T. (2023). EEG Correlates of Distractions and Hesitations in Human-Robot Interaction: A LabLinking Pilot Study. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 7(4). https://doi.org/10.3390/mti7040037