A job interview using FPC, from the perspective of the job candidate. A female candidate (in the definition D1-1: H1) operates her robotic proxy, a Telenoid R4 robot, while she communicates with the male interviewer. Her head movements, lip movements and speech are translated directly to the robot, either via a kinetic sensor on a headset or by a facial reading programme; her voice may or may not be morphed to mask gender (see section "Practical Significance" below). The camera that projects the interviewer on to her computer screen is in the eyes of the robot –thus, in contrast to a skype session, she looks into the interviewer's eyes when facing the interviewer.

  Part of: Seibt J, Vestergaard C (2018) Fair Proxy Communication: Using Social Robots to Modify the Mechanisms of Implicit Social Cognition. Research Ideas and Outcomes 4: e31827. https://doi.org/10.3897/rio.4.e31827