Toward Infinitely-On Agents
Blended reality incorporates elements of augmented reality to complement the physical presence of the robotic agents that have been the central theme of the personal robots group. This research not only extends into other projects such as Mars Escape, Tofulandia, and FonduePhone but is the central theme of Playtime Computing, a blended reality space designed to be safe for kids 4 and older to play, interact, and learn with robotic agents.
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- D. Robert, R. Wistort, J. Gray, C. Breazeal (2011) Exploring mixed reality robot gaming. Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2011, pp. 125-128
- D. Robert. (2011) Imaginative Play with Blended Reality Characters. S. M. Media Arts and Sciences, MIT.