Daniel J. Rea

Ph.D. Student

daniel.rea@cs.umanitoba.ca

University of Manitoba

It's All in Your Head








Changing people's perceptions of a robot's abilities

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(815) 574-0526

Tortoise and Hare Robot








Slower robots almost win the race, and are safer

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Monocle








Fuse multiple perspectives to improve teleoperator awareness

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Robot Mirror Game








Exploring the use of theatre techniques with robots for physiotherapy

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(519) 341-0321

Wizard of Awwws








Psychological impacts of HRI research...on the researchers

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Movers and Shakers








Improving robotic monitoring with visual cues

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Robotic Trust Game








Would you trust
robot to help you
out?

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The Crooked Camera








"But they still look crooked to me"
- R.A. Henlein, And He Built a Crooked House.

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Robots and Gender








With robots, check your gender stereotypes at the door.

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Industrial Social Robots








How would you feel if your
boss was a robot?

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Shared Presence








Work together with your robotic self

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odontotechny

PaintBoard








Create NPC movements by painting in minutes.

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720-483-3591

Sundogs








When business is war, what's the cost to your bottom line? Busniess/RTS for PC.
In development.

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noncommencement

ChronoTwigger








Step in and explore your code repositories.

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Fingertips








A mouse at your fingertips.

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Roomba Mood Ring








An ambient display robot that changes with the crowd.

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Modeling Subgoals








Predict pedestrian motion with big data and subgoal prediction.

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DNAT








Fool malware into revealing their true nature.

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I am a Ph.D. student (Computer Science) at the University of Manitoba with a strong interest in game design, literature, music, and the universe in general. I speak and read Japanese fluently, swing dance, and love to read. My M.Sc. and Undergraduate degrees were in Computer Science, also at the University of Manitoba. I've worked in Japan for almost 2 years, and I'm trying my hand at making games in my spare time.


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