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To develop a robot that has a humanlike presence, the robot must be given very humanlike appearance and behavior, and a sense of perception that enables it to communicate with humans. We have developed an android robot called “Repliee Q2” that closely resembles human beings; however, sensors mounted on its body are not sufficient to allow humanlike communication with respect to factors such as the sensing range and spatial resolution. To overcome this issue, we endowed the environment surrounding the android with perceptive capabilities by embedding it with a variety of sensors. This sensor network provides the android with humanlike perception by constantly and extensively monitoring human activities in a less obvious manner. This paper reports on an android system that is integrated with a sensor network system embedded in the environment. A human–android interaction experiment shows that the integrated system provides relatively humanlike interaction.
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