The user enters Camille's living room and sees that she's turned away from him and busy doing something. He touches her with his hand wearing the haptic glove.
End of the first part
Camille reacts to the touch, turns around, sees the participant and introduces herself with facial expressions and gestures.
The participant will have to transmit an emotion (sympathy, anger or sadness) to Camille by touching her. There will be two sessions of touches: one in which he transmits an emotion of strong intensity, and one with an emotion of lower intensity.
End of the experiment
After a fixed number of touches, Camille will tell the participant that the first step of the experiment is complete. She will also ask him to answer to the first part of the questionnary.
Camille must transmit an emotion (sympathy, anger or sadness) to the participant by touching him/her. There will be two sessions, each using a different type of touch to express the same emotion. In this part, the emotion to convey and the facial expressions/gestures of Camille will be different from the ones of the first part of the experiment.
Agent to human interaction
After a fixed number of touches, Camille will tell the participant that this part of the experiment is over and that it was the last. She will ask him to complete the remaining parts of the questionnary.