|Name||Action understanding in human and robot dyadic interaction|
|Funding Reference||H2020-EU.1.3.2. - 752611|
Humans have fascinating skills for grasping and manipulation of objects, even in complex, dynamic environments, and execute coordinated movements of the head, eyes, arms, and hands, in order to accomplish everyday tasks. When working on a shared space, during dyadic interaction tasks, humans engage in non-verbal communication, by understanding and anticipating the actions of working partners, and coupling their actions in a meaningful way.
Computer and Robot Vision Lab (VisLab)
Action understanding in human and robot dyadic interaction