Robotic Prosthetics : Moving Beyond Technical Performance. (A study of socio-anthropological and cultural phenomena influencing the appropriation of technical objects interacting with the body) (bibtex)
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@Article{2015ACLI3395,
  author   = {Jarrassé, N. and Maestrutti, M. and Morel, G. and Roby-Brami, A.},
  title    = {Robotic Prosthetics : Moving Beyond Technical Performance. (A study of socio-anthropological and cultural phenomena influencing the appropriation of technical objects interacting with the body)},
  journal  = {IEEE Technology and Society Magazine},
  year     = {2015},
  volume   = {34},
  number   = {3},
  pages    = {69-77},
  month    = {june},
  abstract = {While physical interaction with robots is becoming common in many domains, numerous devices are not appropriated by their users and remain unused in the cupboard. This phenomenon is particularly observed with robotic devices which interact closely with the body, especially if they are designed to compensate for a loss of sensory or motor capacity. This article uses the quite extreme example of prosthetics to highlight the socio-anthropological and cultural phenomena affecting the appropriation and use of technical objects which interact with the body as much as (or even more than) their technical performance. Considering these complementary points of views and theories in the design of such devices could be a way of improving their appropriation.},
  category = {ACLI},
  doi      = {10.1109/MTS.2015.2425813},
  file     = {:http\://www.isir.upmc.fr/files/2015ACLI3395.pdf:PDF;:http\://www.n-jarrasse.fr/publis_medias/2015ACLI3395.jpg:JPG image},
  http     = {http://www.smart-labex.fr/publications/pdf/5565a33ad552d.pdf},
}
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