Work done in collaboration with Su Baykal, Yeliz Karadayi, and Robert Zacharias. In the first phase, developed a collaborative system where a human and a robot jointly create a painting. The robot, a haptic feedback device connected to a paintbrush influences the person's drawing by applying force to the paintbrush to suggest following some curves that the human doesn't know ahead of time. In the second phase, we conducted a study to evaluate the perceived creativity, willingness to collaborate, and credit assignment in two scenarios. In scenario 1, the human is being told that they are collaborating with an interactive robot with which they will create a painting; in scenario 2, the human is being told that they are collaborating with another human in a separate room and that their input is mediated through the robot in real-time. In fact, the two scenarios are strictly identical, but people in different scenarios showed different perceptions of the creative process. Our project got featured on Creator's Project, in the Guardian, the CMU Tartan newspaper, and the AMT Lab blog. Check out this video explaining how it works.