Character Engine


Notes:

  • 3D character
  • Action engine
  • Behavior engine
  • Cognitive character
  • NPC engine
  • Scene engine
  • Scenery engine
  • Story engine
  • Synthetic character

Resources:

  • charamel.com .. interactive solutions for use in human-machine communication

Wikipedia:

References:

See also:

100 Best Character Generator Videos | Avatar Systems


Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments
M Gillies, B Spanlang – Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual …, 2010 – MIT Press
As animated characters increasingly become vital parts of virtual environments, then the engines that drive these characters increasingly become vital parts of virtual environment software. This paper gives an overview of the state of the art in character engines, and …

Zeno: A cognitive character
D Hanson, S Baurmann, T Riccio, R Margolin… – Ai magazine, and …, 2009 – aaai.org
… To facilitate the CID as a more general, intuitive form of humanYmachine interface device, and to bridge numerous stateYofYtheYart AI components and other cognitive architectures, we have begun to standardize an open architecture entitled Adaptive Character Engine (ACE) …

Secret-sharing: Interactions between a child, robot, and adult
CL Bethel, MR Stevenson… – Systems, man, and …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… NAO’s software is Choreograph, and ZENO comes with Character Engine … For this reason, a second TTS software package, Character Engine, was provided by Hanson Robokind LLC and utilized to overcome this limitation …

Digital Character Development: Theory and Practice
R O’Neill – 2008 – taylorfrancis.com
… 250 13.2 Emotional curves for a procedural system by Actor Machine™ …. 252 13.3 Prototype procedural character engine by Actor Machine™ . . . . 254 13.4 Method for a A* pathfinding …

Advancing a multimodal real-time affective sensing research platform
W Burleson – New perspectives on affect and learning technologies, 2011 – Springer
… A real-time Behavior Engine and Character Engine are used to present a 3-D scriptable expressive humanoid agent within a graphical virtual environment … Behavior Engine and Character Engine. A 3-D virtual environment is presented on a wide screen plasma display …

Virtual agents as daily assistants for elderly or cognitively impaired people
R Yaghoubzadeh, M Kramer, K Pitsch… – International Workshop on …, 2013 – Springer
… The Wizard listened to the user’s spoken input and picked Page 7. Virtual Agents as Daily Assistants – Acceptance and Interaction 85 system responses from a graphical interface, which were synthesized in realtime by the character engine …

Autonomous digital actors
K Perlin, G Seidman – International Workshop on Motion in Games, 2008 – Springer
… By simplifying the interaction with the animation subsystem, we hope to show that a procedural character engine can become an easy to integrate part of the game stack, much as physics engines have become. 3 The Components …

A new plot/character-based interactive system for story-based virtual reality applications
HKH Abd El-Sattar – International Journal of image and graphics, 2010 – World Scientific
… The system architecture is composed of two engines: a story engine and a character engine … 1 and the “PN reachability analysis”, 2–4 while the character engine enhances the modeling of character behavior “based on filmmaking theory”. 5–7 This paper is organized as follows …

Comparison of assamese character recognizer using stroke level and character level engines
H Choudhury, S Mandal, S Devnath… – … (NCC), 2015 Twenty …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… character based. Though the stroke level classifier has good performance, but the character engine using stroke based information is observed to be significantly poor compared to direct character level engine. The analysis …

Storyboarding and pre-visualization with X3D
Y Jung, S Wagner, C Jung, J Behr… – Proceedings of the 15th …, 2010 – dl.acm.org
… animation engine. An overview on character engines, including a comparison concerning skeleton setups, animation generators (eg data-driven or procedural) and control, is given in [Gillies and Spanlang 2010]. Recently, [Jung …

Real time whole body motion mapping for avatars and robots
B Spanlang, X Navarro, JM Normand… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2013 – dl.acm.org
… Fund (EC-ESF). References GILLIES, M., AND SPANLANG, B. 2010. Comparing and evalu- ating real time character engines for virtual environments. Pres- ence: Teleoper. Virtual Environ. 19, 2, 95–117. HECKER, C., RAABE …

Continuous Chinese handwriting recognition with language model
Y Zou, K Yu, K Wang – 11th International Conference on Frontiers in …, 2008 – iapr-tc11.org
… the engine. But this assump- tion is not always satisfied in our cases. To get the possi- bility our method requires, a coefficient should be multi- plied to the probability given out by the single character engine. This coefficient can …

Multisensory stimulation can induce an illusion of larger belly size in immersive virtual reality
JM Normand, E Giannopoulos, B Spanlang, M Slater – PloS one, 2011 – journals.plos.org
Background Body change illusions have been of great interest in recent years for the understanding of how the brain represents the body. Appropriate multisensory stimulation can induce an illusion of ownership over a rubber or virtual arm, simple types of out-of-the-body …

Designing an experiential learning environment for logistics and systems engineering
DA Bodner, JP Wade, WR Watson… – Procedia Computer …, 2013 – researchgate.net
… It also takes the learner inputs from the presentation engine and invokes internal functions or other modules as appropriate. Non -player character – engine – Provides a number of non-player characters (NPCs) and associated dialog sessions based on the state of the program …

Automotive sound quality–powertrain, road and wind noise
G Cerrato – Sound & vibration, 2009 – sandv.com
… Tone-over-masking criteria • Acoustic Image – component expected to make audible noise, but it has to match customer expectations – Character: Engine – Quality: Accessories (door closure, seat adjuster, power window, windshield wiper) – Comfort: road and wind noise …

Immersive journalism: immersive virtual reality for the first-person experience of news
N De la Peña, P Weil, J Llobera… – Presence …, 2010 – MIT Press
Page 1. Nonny de la Pen˜ a* Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism University of Southern California Los Angeles, California, 90089-0281 Peggy Weil Interactive Media Division School of Cinematic Arts University of Southern California …

Parametric Optimization of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Processes by Using Factorial Design Approach
C Prabaharan, P Venkatachalam, K Lenin – 2014 – nopr.niscair.res.in
… weld deposit area. References 1 Singla M, Singh D& Deepak D, Parametric Optimization of Gas Metal Arc Welding Processes by Using Factorial Design Approach, J Min Mat Character Engine, 9(4) (2010) 353- 363. 2 Farhad …

Robust interactive storytelling framework for automatic tv content/story production
HKHA El-Sattar – International Conference on Entertainment Computing, 2008 – Springer
… The idea is derived from the study of both Petri nets (PN) and cinematography in interactive storytelling. The system architecture is composed of two engines: a story engine and a character engine through a smart user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) …

IVAN–Intelligent Interactive Virtual Agent Narrators
I Gregor, M Kipp, J Miksatko – International Workshop on Intelligent Virtual …, 2009 – Springer
… The system consists of several components: simulator, knowledge manager, dia- logue planner, virtual character engine (commercial) … For output, XML commands are generated from the plan and sent to the Charamel virtual character engine. Page 2 …

The shopping experience of tomorrow: Human-centered and resource-adaptive
W Wahlster, M Feld, P Gebhard, D Heckmann… – Resource-Adaptive …, 2010 – Springer
… The character engine which constitutes the central part of the VRI registers itself to the positioning information channel on the Event Heap. If the user enters a particular region in the shop, the situation is recognized by the character engine …

Improvement of hierarchical clustering results by refinement of variable types and distance measures
SP ?uri?, M Vrani?, D Pintar – Automatika, 2011 – Taylor & Francis
… make make of car 22 character fuel-type type of fuel used 2 character aspiration engine pressure source 2 character num-of- doors number of doors 2 character … engine- location location of engine 2 character wheel-base distance between centers of wheels – double …

Affective learning companions and the adoption of metacognitive strategies
W Burleson – International Handbook of Metacognition and Learning …, 2013 – Springer
… This was achieved by developing the system using a modular architecture including a system server, data logger, inference engine, behavior engine, and character engine. The character engine employs scripted character attributes …

The anatomy of a digital storytelling system: The architecture
B Van Limburg – Information Technology & Tourism, 2009 – ingentaconnect.com
… An example can show how this works. A character engine, because different conversation rules apply to each character. The conversation story consists of several phases, call them A to G, where A is the starting position and G the end …

Digital Story telling Pedagogical evaluation star: views of teachers
P Psomos, M Kordaki – EDULEARN2015, 2015 – researchgate.net
… On each level the architecture consists of an engine and a corresponding model, namely: a story engine and a story model for the first level, a scene model and a scene engine for the second level, a character model and a character engine for the third level and a conversation …

A comparative study of skeletal and keyframe animations in a multiplayer online game
G Pranatio, R Kosala – Advances in Computing, Control and …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Another related work is [9] that compares three character engines using a specific taxonomy … [9] M. Gillies, B. Spanlang, “Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments,” Presence, April 2010, Vol. 19, No. 2, Pages 95-117, The MIT Press …

Engaging with virtual characters using a pictorial interaction language
B Endrass, L Hall, C Hume, S Tazzyman… – CHI’14 Extended …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
… other virtual characters. Interaction Device for PIL: iPad For interaction with MIXER we used Apple iPads. The iPad is connected via Wi-Fi and sends and receives messages to and from our virtual character engine. The iPad was …

Developing Educational Games
M Kickmeier-Rust, D Albert – An Alien’s Guide to Multi-Adaptive …, 2012 – books.google.com
… External modules External Modules are software modules that cover all non-core fea- tures, some of them are derived from ELEKTRA, like the Character Engine for example, others have been created from scratch in this pro- ject, like the Terrain Engine for example. 37 Page 47 …

Dise: a game technology-based interactive storytelling framework
S Cooper, A El Rhalibi, M Merabti – The 12th Annual PostGraduate …, 2011 – Citeseer
… Using software engineering methodology and framework development methods, we aim to create a full interactive storytelling system involving a story manager, a character engine, an action engine, a planner, a 3D game engine and a storyworld editor …

The contribution of real-time mirror reflections of motor actions on virtual body ownership in an immersive virtual environment
M Gonzalez-Franco, D Perez-Marcos… – … (VR), 2010 IEEE, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Cogn. Sci, vol. 4, pp. 14-21, 2000. [8] M. Gillies, and B. Spanlang, “Comparing and evaluating real- time character engines for virtual environments,” PRESENCE – Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, vol. in press, 2009. [9 …

Animating a Chinese interactive virtual character
K Mu, J Tao, M Yang – Machine Learning for Signal Processing …, 2011 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… 2, pp. 1015–1018, 2002. [18] M. Gillies and B. Spanlang, “Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments,” Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 95–117, 2010.

Output-sensitive rendering of detailed animated characters for crowd simulation
A Beacco, B Spanlang, C Andújar… – … Spanish Conference on …, 2010 – researchgate.net
… ACM. [8] M. Gillies and B. Spanlang. Real-time character engines comparing and evaluat- ing real-time character engines for virtual environments. Special Issue on Presence, 2010. [9] L. Kavan, S. Dobbyn, S. Collins, J. ára, and C. O’Sullivan …

Language independent thresholding optimization using a Gaussian mixture modelling of the character shapes
Y Rangoni, J van Beusekom, TM Breuel – Proceedings of the …, 2009 – dl.acm.org
… The main advantage of this approach is the use of an un- supervised training. There is no problem of transcription ground-truth generation, and the learning is performed for a character engine, and not for a particular class of document …

A fully immersive set-up for remote interaction and neurorehabilitation based on virtual body ownership
D Perez-Marcos, M Solazzi, W Steptoe… – Frontiers in …, 2012 – frontiersin.org
Although telerehabilitation systems represent one of the most technologically appealing clinical solutions for the immediate future, they still present limitations that prevent their standardisation. Here we propose an integrated approach that includes three key and novel factors: (a) …

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G Ying, L Xuqing, W Xiuliang, F Yi… – Broadband Network & …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… The overall framework of 3D character engine is as shown in figure 1: Figure 1. The overall framework of 3D character engine 524 _____ 978-1-4244-4591-2/09/$25.00 ©2009 IEEE Page 2 …

DISE: a game technology-based digital interactive storytelling framework
S Cooper – 2011 – ethos.bl.uk
… Using software engineering methodology and framework development methods, we aim to design a full Interactive Storytelling system involving a story manager, a character engine, an action engine, a planner, a 3D game engine and a set of editors for story data, world …

Dynamic Interactive Storytelling for Computer Games Using AI Techniques
S Cooper, A El Rhalibi, M Merabti, M Price – researchgate.net
… It also remembers past events and learns from their results. • Personality and Emotional Models (Character Engine) These help the characters decide what … that characters choices fit their role correctly. Some of this will be moved into the Character Engine for our design …

Invoking the Ghost in the Machine–Principles for Designing Anthropomorphic
D Hanson, H Robotics – We emphasize the importance of the user …, 2010 – researchgate.net
… From SRI and Artificial Muscles Inc. (b) 2-DOF roll actuated on its right span Look speakers in the eye p • Head tracking –Head on gimbal rig –Face detection output feeds to servos –System keeps face in center of vision Character Engine: a mind on a PC or network • Inputs …

Clara: Interactive Application against financial illiteracy
N Cancelo – academia.edu
… Character Engine is the full responsible of Characters, how the act, what they say, do, think and respond, about their personality, about their goals … It has the model of the Character Engine, since the Scenery Engine was embedded in the XAML …

Chinese Characters Recognition from Screen-Rendered Images Using Inception Deep Learning Architecture
X Xu, J Zhou, H Zhang, X Fu – Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia, 2017 – Springer
… of training samples. Therefore, following some success synthetic character datasets [21, 22], a synthetic character engine is designed to generating training and validation dataset for the proposed network. The goal number …

EAI Endorsed Transactions
B Civic – learning, 2018 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… The game uses a client/server architecture where the server deals with the character engine and the client deals with the game application … The server actives the character animation and reacts following the character engine rules …

Honda CBR 650F—Treading the Middle Path
SIN Delhi – Auto Tech Review, 2015 – Springer
Page 1. HONDA CBR 650F – TREADING THE MIDDLE PATH We’ve all had that classmate, who wouldn’t ace one subject or sports but would do everything fine enough to get appreciation. Not a sports champion, not a topper …

Design of 3D Character Animation Engine Framework
J Zheng – Informatics and Management Science V, 2013 – Springer
… The overall framework of 3D character engine is as shown in Fig. 35.1. Open image in new window. Fig. 35.1 The overall framework of 3D character engine. 35.3 Realization of Core Classes for 3D Character Animation Engine …

CharanisML: A Flexible Virtual Actor Control Interface
SA Weiß, F Berger, A Marbach, W Müller – International Conference on …, 2009 – Springer
… 3.3 Character Communication While the last two points have been more or less generic, the concept of character communication in the character engine is strongly influenced by the paradigm of the storytelling application to be connected with …

Study on Efficiency Character of Axial Internal Combustion Fluid Pump
W Huo, TZ Zhang, HX Zhang… – Applied Mechanics and …, 2011 – Trans Tech Publ
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Aesthetic Interleaving of Character Performance Requests
D Shapiro, L LeBron, A Stern, M Mateas – Eleventh Artificial Intelligence and …, 2015 – aaai.org
… blending. SmartBody lets authors merge the influ- ence of parallel controllers on the same virtual body joints (Kallmann and Marsella 2005), while Unity, and other vir- tual character engines support related blending curves …

vtcl Logo Visual Tcl
M Hopkirk – static.usenix.org
… Accept events. Looks like this when displayed using the X/Motif Display engine. Heres the same script displayed using the character engine. Interaction and callbacks. Interaction is ‘event … Character Engine. We initially treated the character …

Improvement of Hierarchical Clustering Results by Refinement of Variable Types and Distance Measures
S Pinjuši? ?uri?, M Vrani?… – Automatika?Journal for …, 2012 – automatika.korema.hr
… make make of car 22 character fuel-type type of fuel used 2 character aspiration engine pressure source 2 character num-of- doors number of doors 2 character … engine- location location of engine 2 character wheel-base distance between centers of wheels – double …

Preparation and characterization of ternary alloy (Al-20Cu-10Mg) reinforced aluminium composite
KK Kishore, SBV Siva, JB Rao, N Bhargava – Materials Today: Proceedings, 2018 – Elsevier
… 41–48. [21]; M. Singla, DD Dwivedi, L. Singh, V. Chawla; Development of Aluminium Based Silicon Carbide Particulate Metal Matrix Composite. J Minerals Materials Character Engine, 8 (6) (2009), pp. 455–467. [22]; YB Zamri, JB Shamsul, MM Amin; …

Visual Tcl Paper-Building a Distributed MultiPersonality GUI toolkit for tcl
M Hopkirk – usenix.org
… Accept events Looks like this when displayed using the X/Motif Display engine Heres the same script displayed using the character engine Page 8. Interaction and callbacks Interaction is … not elegant. Character Engine We initially …

Image based book cover recognition and retrieval
K Sukhadan, V Vijayarajan… – IOP Conference …, 2017 – iopscience.iop.org
… 4.1. Matlab OCR vs. Tesseract Tresseract is an optical character engine and is considered as one of the most accurate open source OCR engines. Given below the comparisons of these two methods. The accuracy comparison is shown Table 1. Table 1. Accuracy Comparison …

A case study about Jack: Angela Prodger
A Prodger – Young Children Learning Through Schemas, 2012 – taylorfrancis.com
… track. Jack accompanied his play with sounds and language, as he moved engines and carriages along the track and through tunnels. Jack named the engines after the character engines from Thomas the Tank Engine. He …

Intelligent facial animation.
J Serra – FDG, 2013 – fdg2013.org
… Facial Action Coding System. Consulting Psychologist Press, 1978. [4] M. Gillies and B. Spanlang. Comparing and Evaluating Real Time Character Engines for Virtual Environments. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 19(2):95–117, 2010. [5] M. Kitagawa …

Designing for Game-based Learning Model: The Effective Integration of Flow Experience and Game Elements to Support Learning
HKHA Elsattar – Computer Graphics, Imaging and Visualization …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… from playing the game. It is closely inter-connected with the determined content. 6. Character Engine: Character engine deals with the visual presentation of the story and the way it is shown and told. 7. Game Engine: Game …

Future black board using Internet of Things with cognitive computing: Machine learning aspects
NN Santhosh – Communication and Electronics Systems …, 2016 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… the base of this technology. Character Recognition works on the basis of Neural Networks, which identifies the character by Image Processing and makes an entry to the Character Engine. 2. ANALYZING THE CHARACTERS …

Juliette: Revealing character from choice to world
PA Van Dyke – 2010 – search.proquest.com
… Effectively, Juliette begins to blur the lines between game character and player avatar, and, in effect, begins to blur the lines between player narrative and game narrative. Juliette is a character engine with a player-created narrative. Each action is meaningful in …

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P Bourdin, JMT Sanahuja, CC Moya… – Proceedings of the 19th …, 2013 – dl.acm.org
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B Kenwright – VRIPHYS, 2012 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… Finally, it should be noted, that the software package Euphoria which is a proprietary middleware physics-based character engine by NaturalMotion [NATU12] has success- fully demonstrated balancing bipeds in real-time for the videogame industry and was used in the game …

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… The Coming Era of Nanotechnology, a book written for a large audience with an engaging style. Due to its good readability and visionary character Engines of Creation greatly influenced the popular perception of nanotechnology …

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B Spanlang, JM Normand, D Borland… – Frontiers in Robotics …, 2014 – frontiersin.org
Advances in computer graphics algorithms and virtual reality (VR) systems, together with the reduction in cost of associated equipment, have led scientists to consider VR as a useful tool for conducting experimental studies in fields such as neuroscience and experimental psychology …

The IbnSina center: An augmented reality theater with intelligent robotic and virtual characters
N Mavridis, D Hanson – … , 2009. RO-MAN 2009. The 18th IEEE …, 2009 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Currently, the following steps are under way: 5) Software for more flexible robot control, customization of existing character engine software, adaptation of modules from other of our interactive robots projects (such as FaceBots [23]) is underway 6) Motion training / Embodied …

Virtual character personality influences participant attitudes and behavior–an interview with a virtual human character about her social anxiety
X Pan, M Gillies, M Slater – Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 2015 – frontiersin.org
We introduce a novel technique for the study of human-virtual character interaction in immersive virtual reality. The human participants verbally administered a standard questionnaire about social anxiety to a virtual female character, that responded to each question through speech …

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T Baur, G Mehlmann, I Damian, F Lingenfelser… – ACM Transactions on …, 2015 – dl.acm.org
… The communication with the character engine (Figure 8 5 ) is realized with a Sceneplayer (Figure 8 4 ), which is responsible for translating the generic behavior specifications of the Scenescript into the respective action set of the character engine …

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… This mechanism facilates iterative prototyping and model testing. The VisualSceneMaker’s plug-in mechanism allowed us to easily integrate Charamel’s 3D character engine as well as the Social Cue Recognition sensor pipeline …

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L MacDonald, J Brosz, MA Nacenta… – Proceedings of the Ninth …, 2015 – dl.acm.org
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Believable Virtual Characters in Human-Computer Dialogs.
Y Jung, A Kuijper, DW Fellner, M Kipp… – Eurographics …, 2011 – michaelkipp.de
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Combining a Data-Driven and a Theory-Based Approach to Generate Culture-Dependent Behaviours for Virtual Characters
B Lugrin, J Frommel, E André – … in Culturally-Aware Intelligent Systems and …, 2018 – Springer
… the generated non-verbal behaviours. 6.7.2.1 Virtual Environment. We use our virtual character engine [10] that contains a virtual Beergarden scenario, in which virtual characters can be placed. Regarding the verbal behaviour …

A Mythography of Water: Hydraulic Engineering and the Imagination
L Noble – The Palgrave Handbook of Early Modern Literature …, 2017 – Springer
… He has his winged ploughs that go with sails,. Will plough you forty acres at once! And mills. Will spout you water, ten miles off! 33. (2.3.45–49). Water-raising machines are also deeply embedded in the plot and action of the play, figured as the character Engine, the broker …

GPU based detection and mapping of collisions for haptic rendering in immersive virtual reality
B Spanlang, JM Normand… – Haptic Audio-Visual …, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Collision Detection. Morgan Kaufmann, 2005. [6] M. Gillies and B. Spanlang, “Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments,” Presence: Teleoper. Virtual Environ., vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 95–117, 2010.

Acting rehearsal in collaborative multimodal mixed reality environments
W Steptoe, JM Normand, O Oyekoya, F Pece… – Presence …, 2012 – MIT Press
Page 1. William Steptoe* Department of Computer Science University College London London WC1E 6BT UK Jean-Marie Normand Event-Lab University of Barcelona Oyewole Oyekoya Fabrizio Pece Department of Computer …

Personalization and Adaptation
S Göbel, V Wendel – Serious Games, 2016 – Springer
Computing machinery allows the creation of intelligent, personalized, adaptive systems and programs that consider the characteristics, interests, and needs of individual users and user groups. In the.

An Alien’s Guide to Multi-Adaptive Educational Computer Games
MD Kickmeier-Rust, D Albert – An Alien’s Guide to Multi-Adaptive …, 2012 – books.google.com
Page 196. Kickmeier-Rust, MD, & Albert, D.(2012). An Alien’s Guide to Multi-Adaptive Educational Computer Games Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press Concluding Remarks Michael D. Kickmeier-Rust Undoubtedly,’serious …

Beaming into the rat world: enabling real-time interaction between rat and human each at their own scale
JM Normand, MV Sanchez-Vives, C Waechter… – PloS one, 2012 – journals.plos.org
Immersive virtual reality (IVR) typically generates the illusion in participants that they are in the displayed virtual scene where they can experience and interact in events as if they were really happening. Teleoperator (TO) systems place people at a remote physical destination embodied …

Bystander responses to a violent incident in an immersive virtual environment
M Slater, A Rovira, R Southern, D Swapp, JJ Zhang… – PloS one, 2013 – journals.plos.org
Under what conditions will a bystander intervene to try to stop a violent attack by one person on another? It is generally believed that the greater the size of the crowd of bystanders, the less the chance that any of them will intervene. A complementary model is that social identity is …

Simulating virtual environments within virtual environments as the basis for a psychophysics of presence
M Slater, B Spanlang, D Corominas – ACM Transactions on Graphics …, 2010 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. ACM Reference Format Slater, M., Spanlang, B., Corominas, D. 2010. Simulating Virtual Environments within Virtual Environments as the Basis for a Psychophysics of Presence. ACM Trans. Graph. 29, 4, Article 92 (July 2010), 9 pages …

Full body acting rehearsal in a networked virtual environment—A case study
JM Normand, B Spanlang, F Tecchia… – Presence …, 2012 – MIT Press
Page 1. FORUM Full Body Acting Rehearsal in a Networked Virtual Environment—A Case Study Abstract In order to rehearse for a play or a scene from a movie, it is generally required that the actors are physically present at the same time in the same place …

Realistic humanlike robots for treatment of ASD, social training, and research; shown to appeal to youths with ASD, cause physiological arousal, and increase …
D Hanson, D Mazzei, C Garver, A Ahluwalia… – Proceedings of the 5th …, 2012 – faceteam.it
… greeting. Then the therapist directed the interaction, which was mostly scripted, but for part of each session did involve a phase of open interaction with Zeno, fully automated using Character Engine NLP chatbot technology …

Zvukový modul pro interaktivní vozidlový simulátor
M Lorinc – 2015 – dspace.cvut.cz
Page 1. MASTER THESIS Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien – Degree Program Intelligent transport systems …

Putting yourself in the skin of a black avatar reduces implicit racial bias consciousness and cognition
TC Peck, S Seinfeld, SM Aglioti… – … , 2013, vol. 22, p. 779-787, 2013 – diposit.ub.edu
… Consciousness and Cognition, 21(3), 1242-1256. Gillies, M., & Spanlang, B. (2010). Comparing and evaluating real-time character engines for virtual environments. PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 19(2), 95-117 …

Beaming into the Rat World: Enabling Real-Time
JM Normand, MV Sanchez-Vives, C Waechter… – 2012 – academia.edu
… PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19: 302–312. 11. Gillies M, Spanlang B (2010) Comparing and evaluating real-time character engines for virtual environments. PRESENCE : Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 19: 95–117. 12 …

What color is my arm? Changes in skin color of an embodied virtual arm modulates pain threshold
M Martini, D Pérez Marcos… – Frontiers in human …, 2013 – frontiersin.org
It has been demonstrated that visual inputs can modulate pain. However, the influence of skin colour on pain perception is unknown. Red skin is associated to inflamed, hot and more sensitive skin while blue is associated to cold. We aimed to test whether the colour of the skin would …

Acting Rehearsal in Collaborative Multimodal Mixed Reality Environments
JM Normand, O Oyekoya, F Pece – 2012 – Citeseer
Page 1. William Steptoe* Department of Computer Science University College London London WC1E 6BT UK Jean-Marie Normand Event-Lab University of Barcelona Oyewole Oyekoya Fabrizio Pece Department of Computer …

Drumming in immersive virtual reality: the body shapes the way we play
K Kilteni, I Bergstrom, M Slater – IEEE Transactions on Visualization & …, 2013 – computer.org
Page 1. Drumming in Immersive Virtual Reality: The Body Shapes the Way We Play Konstantina Kilteni, Ilias Bergstrom, and Mel Slater Fig. 1. The first person perspective of the participant looking down. (A) in the baseline condition …

Reinforcement learning utilizes proxemics: an avatar learns to manipulate the position of people in immersive virtual reality
I Kastanis, M Slater – ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP), 2012 – dl.acm.org
… Presence: Teleoper. Virtual Environ. 17, 3, 293–309. GILLIES, M. AND SPANLANG, B. 2010. Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments. Presence: Teleoper. Virtual Environ. 19, 2, 95–117 …

Drift and ownership toward a distant virtual body
A Pomés, M Slater – Frontiers in human neuroscience, 2013 – frontiersin.org
In body ownership illusions participants feel that a mannequin or virtual body (VB) is their own. Earlier results suggest that body ownership over a body seen from behind in extra-personal space is possible when the surrogate body is visually stroked and tapped on its back, while …

Virtual reality for assessment of patients suffering chronic pain: a case study
J Llobera, M González-Franco, D Perez-Marcos… – Experimental brain …, 2013 – Springer
The study of body representation and ownership has been a very active research area in recent years. Synchronous multisensory stimulation has been used for the induction of the illusion of ownership o.

Programming Razor: Tools for Templates in ASP. NET MVC or WebMatrix
J Chadwick – 2011 – books.google.com
Page 1. Tools for Templates m WebMam’x and ASPNE T Programming jess Chadwick Page 2. — Tools for Templates m ASPNE TM VC 01″ WebMatrix Programming CTREILLY® fess Chadwick Page 3. 9 Programming Razor …

Email Security with Cisco IronPort
C Porter – 2012 – books.google.com
Page 1. , 111,111, CISCO. SECURITY – º A || *** l | ? E—- = Email Security with Cisco IronPort The definitive guide to deploying and maintaining secure email architectures with Cisco IronPort ESA ciºcoprº.com Chris Pºrtºr Page 2 …

Extending body space in immersive virtual reality: a very long arm illusion
K Kilteni, JM Normand, MV Sanchez-Vives, M Slater – PloS one, 2012 – journals.plos.org
Recent studies have shown that a fake body part can be incorporated into human body representation through synchronous multisensory stimulation on the fake and corresponding real body part – the most famous example being the Rubber Hand Illusion. However, the extent …

Output-Sensitive Rendering of Detailed Animated Characters for Crowd Simulation
A Beacco Porres – 2010 – upcommons.upc.edu
Page 1. UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE CATALUNYA DEPARTAMENT DE LLENGUATGES I SISTEMES INFORMÀTICS MASTER IN COMPUTING MASTER THESIS Output-Sensitive Rendering of Detailed Animated Characters for Crowd Simulation …

Social Spatial Behavior for 3D Virtual Characters
N Karimaghalou – 2013 – summit.sfu.ca
Page 1. Social Spatial Behavior for 3D Virtual Characters by Nahid Karimaghalou B.Sc., University of Tehran, 2007 Thesis in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology …

Mere observation of body discontinuity affects perceived ownership and vicarious agency over a virtual hand
G Tieri, E Tidoni, EF Pavone, SM Aglioti – Experimental brain research, 2015 – Springer
The mental representation of one’s body typically implies the continuity of its parts. Here, we used immersive virtual reality to explore whether mere observation of visual discontinuity between the h.

Understanding user engagement in immersive and interactive stories
SP Dow – 2008 – smartech.gatech.edu
Page 1. UNDERSTANDING USER ENGAGEMENT IN IMMERSIVE AND INTERACTIVE STORIES A Dissertation Presented to The Academic Faculty by Steven P. Dow In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree …

Embodying others in immersive virtual reality: electro-cortical signatures of monitoring the errors in the actions of an avatar seen from a first-person perspective
EF Pavone, G Tieri, G Rizza, E Tidoni… – Journal of …, 2016 – Soc Neuroscience

Multi-modal features and correlation incorporated Naive Bayes classifier for a semantic-enriched lecture video retrieval system
N Poornima, B Saleena – The Imaging Science Journal, 2018 – Taylor & Francis
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Achieving participant acceptance of their avatars
KJ Blom, AI Bellido Rivas, X Alvarez… – Presence …, 2014 – MIT Press
… Media Psychology, 12(1), 1–25. Gillies, M., & Spanlang, B. (2010). Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments. Pres- ence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 19(2), 95–117. Grechkin …

A threat to a virtual hand elicits motor cortex activation
M González-Franco, TC Peck… – Experimental brain …, 2014 – Springer
We report an experiment where participants observed an attack on their virtual body as experienced in an immersive virtual reality (IVR) system. Participants sat by a table with their right hand resti.

Dynamic behavior-based control and world-embedded knowledge for interactive artificial intelligence
FWP Heckel – 2011 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR-BASED CONTROL AND WORLD-EMBEDDED KNOWLEDGE FOR INTERACTIVE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE by Frederick William Poe Heckel A dissertation submitted to the faculty of The University …

Abnormal load advisory system
GI Magombeyi – 2015 – ir.msu.ac.zw
Page 1. i ABSTRACT The research project was carried out centred on developing Abnormal Load Advisory System to increase its efficiency in service delivery by automating all the expertise involved into a computerised system …

The relation between bystanders’ behavioral reactivity to distress and later helping behavior during a violent conflict in virtual reality
R Hortensius, S Neyret, M Slater, B de Gelder – PLoS one, 2018 – journals.plos.org
The occurrence of helping behavior is thought to be automatically triggered by reflexive reactions and promoted by intuitive decisions. Here, we studied whether reflexive reactions to an emergency situation are associated with later helping behavior in a different situation, a violent …

The body fades away: investigating the effects of transparency of an embodied virtual body on pain threshold and body ownership
M Martini, K Kilteni, A Maselli, MV Sanchez-Vives – Scientific reports, 2015 – nature.com
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Modulation of pain threshold by virtual body ownership
M Martini, D Perez?Marcos… – European Journal of …, 2014 – Wiley Online Library
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Feedback, affordances, and accelerators for training sports in virtual environments
E Ruffaldi, A Filippeschi, CA Avizzano, B Bardy… – Presence …, 2011 – MIT Press
Page 1. Emanuele Ruffaldi* Alessandro Filippeschi Carlo Alberto Avizzano PERCRO Lab Scuola Superiore S. Anna 56100 Pisa, Italy Beno?t Bardy M2H EuroMov Montpellier University France Daniel Gopher Technion Haifa, Israel …

Emotional clouds: Showing arousal and valence through the movement and darkness of digital cartoonish clouds
J Ibáñez – International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2013 – Elsevier
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Design and Development Tools for the Systems Engineering Experience Accelerator. Volume 1
J Wade, D Bodner – 2015 – dtic.mil
… It also takes the learner inputs from the presentation engine and invokes internal functions or other modules as appropriate. • Non-player character engine – Provides a number of non-player characters (NPCs) and associated dialog sessions based on the state of the program …

Violating body movement semantics: neural signatures of self-generated and external-generated errors
G Padrao, M Gonzalez-Franco, MV Sanchez-Vives… – Neuroimage, 2016 – Elsevier
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Is my hand connected to my body? The impact of body continuity and arm alignment on the virtual hand illusion
D Perez-Marcos, MV Sanchez-Vives, M Slater – Cognitive neurodynamics, 2012 – Springer
… stimulation of a rubber hand. Brain 123(Pt 11):2350–2360PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar. Gillies M, Spanlang B (2010) Comparing and evaluating real-time character engines for virtual environments. Presence-Teleop Virt 19(2 …

An evaluation of self-avatar eye movement for virtual embodiment
D Borland, T Peck, M Slater – IEEE transactions on visualization …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… [4] M. Gillies and B. Spanlang. Comparing and evaluating real time character engines for virtual environments. Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 19(2):95–117, June 2010. [5] M. Gonzalez-Franco, D. Prez-Marcos, B. Spanlang, and M. Slater …

Young children learning through schemas: Deepening the dialogue about learning in the home and in the nursery
K Mairs – 2012 – books.google.com
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Feedback, Affordances and Accelerators for Training sports in Virtual Environments
SSS Anna, B Bardy – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Page 1. Emanuele Ruffaldi* Alessandro Filippeschi Carlo Alberto Avizzano PERCRO Lab Scuola Superiore S. Anna 56100 Pisa, Italy Beno?t Bardy M2H EuroMov Montpellier University France Daniel Gopher Technion Haifa, Israel …

Museums, Power, Knowledge: Selected Essays
T Bennett – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Museums, Power, Knowledge Few perspectives have invigorated the development of critical museum studies as much as Foucault’s account of the relations between knowledge and power, and their role in processes of governing …

Using conceptors to manage neural long-term memories for temporal patterns
H Jaeger – Journal of Machine Learning Research, 2017 – jmlr.org
Page 1. Journal of Machine Learning Research 18 (2017) 1-43 Submitted 8/15; Revised 9/16; Published 3/17 Using Conceptors to Manage Neural Long-Term Memories for Temporal Patterns Herbert Jaeger h.jaeger@jacobs-university.de Dpt …

Capitalism and Democracy: A Fragile Alliance
T Van de Klundert – 2013 – books.google.com
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Affect-Driven Self-Adaptation: A Manufacturing Vision with a Software Product Line Paradigm
JG Sanchez – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. August 2016 Affect-Driven Self-Adaptation: A Manufacturing Vision with a Software Product Line Paradigm by Javier Gonzalez-Sanchez A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy …

Evaluating humanoid embodied conversational agents in mobile guide applications
I Doumanis – 2013 – eprints.mdx.ac.uk
Page 1. Middlesex University Research Repository An open access repository of Middlesex University research http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk Doumanis, Ioannis (2013) Evaluating humanoid embodied conversational agents in mobile guide applications. PhD thesis …

Decreased corticospinal excitability after the illusion of missing part of the arm
K Kilteni, J Grau-Sánchez… – Frontiers in human …, 2016 – frontiersin.org
Previous studies on body ownership illusions have shown that under certain multimodal conditions, healthy people can experience artificial body-parts as if they were part of their own body, with direct physiological consequences for the real limb that gets ‘substituted’. In this study …

Wronger than wrong: Graded mapping of the errors of an avatar in the performance monitoring system of the onlooker
G Spinelli, G Tieri, EF Pavone, SM Aglioti – NeuroImage, 2018 – Elsevier
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Heart of the machine: Our future in a world of artificial emotional intelligence
R Yonck – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. HE ERT OF THE ME CHINE DUR FUTURE IN FWD RLD OF RRT | FC |PL E MOT (DNRL |NTELLIGENCE R | CHAR D Y ON CK Page 2. HEART OF THE MACHINE Page 3. Page 4. HEART OF THE MACHINE Arcade …

Error, rather than its probability, elicits specific electrocortical signatures: a combined EEG-immersive virtual reality study of action observation
R Pezzetta, V Nicolardi, E Tidoni… – Journal of …, 2018 – physiology.org
Page 1. RESEARCH ARTICLE Higher Neural Functions and Behavior Error, rather than its probability, elicits specific electrocortical signatures: a combined EEG-immersive virtual reality study of action observation X Rachele …

The effects of rotating the self out of the body in the full virtual body ownership illusion
KJ Blom, J Arroyo-Palacios, M Slater – Perception, 2014 – journals.sagepub.com
Page 1. Perception, 2014, volume 43, pages 275 – 294 doi:10.1068/p7618 The effects of rotating the self out of the body in the full virtual body ownership illusion Kristopher J Blom1, Jorge Arroyo-Palacios1, Mel Slater1,2,3§ 1 …

Development of aluminium matrix composites: a review
PO Babalola, C Bolu… – Online …, 2014 – eprints.covenantuniversity.edu.ng
… Int J Metallurgical Materials Sci Engine, 2013; 3(1): 41-48. [33] Singla M, Dwivedi DD, Singh L, Chawla V. Development of Aluminium Based Silicon Carbide Particulate Metal Matrix Composite. J Minerals Materials Character Engine, 2009; 8(6): 455-467. [34] Davis JR …

The Wastrels of Defense: How Congress Sabotages US Security
W Wheeler – 2013 – books.google.com
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Local and remote cooperation with virtual and robotic agents: a P300 BCI study in healthy and people living with spinal cord injury
E Tidoni, M Abu-Alqumsan, D Leonardis… – … on Neural Systems …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Page 1. 1622 IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NEURAL SYSTEMS AND REHABILITATION ENGINEERING, VOL. 25, NO. 9, SEPTEMBER 2017 Local and Remote Cooperation With Virtual and Robotic Agents: A P300 BCI Study in Healthy and People Living With Spinal Cord Injury …

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