This repository contains real (i.e. not simulated) haptic interaction data collected from both Human-Human and Human-Robot dyads in joint object manipulation scenarios. Both scenarios were realized at the Chair for Information-oriented Control (S. Hirche), Technische Universität München and supported in part within the DFG excellence initiative research cluster “Cognition for Technical Systems – CoTeSys” (www.cotesys.org). The scenarios involve two agents carrying a large table on ball casters in a laboratory setting. Force and position information is recorded during interaction.
The dataset is collected as a result of joint research between Technische Universität München (Chair for Information-oriented Control) and Koc University (Robotics and Mechatronics Laboratory and Intelligent User Interfaces Laboratory). The copyright of the data remains with these institutions.
Alexander Moertl, Martin Lawitzky, Ayse Kucukyilmaz, T. Metin Sezgin, Cagatay Basdogan, and Sandra HircheThe Role of Roles: Physical Cooperation between Humans and Robots. The International Journal of Robotics Research, vol. 31, no. 13, pp. 1656-1674 (2012) [ Bibtex ]. See supplementary material: [ avi ]
The experimental procedure, and the details of how data is collected can be found in the aforementioned paper. May you have any queries, please direct them to Ayse Kucukyilmaz via e-mail:a.kucukyilmaz [at] imperial.ac.uk
This set consists of data collected from 18 human-robot dyads. For each dyad, the data is recorded at 1 kHz, smoothed with low-pass filtering at 15 Hertz cutoff frequency, and stored as a Matlab struct.