Alexandra Bejarano and Sebastian Negrete-Alamillo and Terran Mott and Tom Williams
Companion Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI LBRs)
The Wizard-of-Oz (WoZ) method is a common and beneficial means of enabling researchers with control over robots in experimental settings. However, there is a lack of general robot control tools for WoZ that are publicly available and easily adaptable to various research domains and needs. In particular, existing control interfaces that may be used in WoZ experiments often do not support the control of multi-robot interactions. As such, in this work, we present the design of three prototypes for a multi-robot speech control interface that would enable the control of multi-robot dialogue interactions.