Simulation in robotics is often a love-hate relation-ship: while simulators do save us a lot of time and effort compared to regular deployment of complex software architectures on complex hardware, simulators are also known to evade many (if not most) of the very real issues that robots need to manage when they enter the real world. Because humans are the paragon of dynamic, unpredictable, complex, real world entities, simulation of human-robot interactions may look condemn to fail, or, in the best case, to be mostly useless. In this workshop we will discuss recent work realized with the MORSE simulator in the field of human-robot interaction. In this this talk I will give an overview of recent developments with respect to HRI of the MORSE simulator
To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.