By Yuji Sone
Japanese robotic tradition examines social robots in Japan, these in public, household, and creative contexts. not like different experiences, this publication sees the robotic when it comes to eastern pop culture, and argues that the japanese ‘affinity’ for robots is the result of a fancy loop of illustration and social expectation within the context of Japan’s carrying on with fight with modernity. contemplating jap robotic tradition from the severe views afforded by way of theatre and function experiences, this ebook is worried with representations of robots and their inclusion in social and cultural contexts, which technology and engineering reviews don't handle. The robotic as a acting item generates which means in staged occasions and occasions that make feel for its jap observers and members. This e-book examines how particular modes of come upon with robots in rigorously built mises en scène can set off reflexive, culturally particular, and infrequently ideologically-inflected responses.
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