The significance of textures for affective interfaces
Ellis, P. M. and Bryson, J. J., 2005. The significance of textures for affective interfaces. In: Panayiotopoulos, T., Gratch, J., Aylett, R., Ballin, D., Olivier, P. and Rist, T., eds. The Fifth International Working Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. Vol. 3661. Springer, pp. 394-404. (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence)
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This paper reports experiments demonstrating that the extent to which subjects ascribe emotions to VR faces is highly dependent on textures applied to the face. We demonstrate this for both a photo-realistic vs. non-photo-realistic texture pair and for a male vs. female texture pair. In both cases, experiments were conducted over the Internet on still frames taken from a well-controlled VR emotion modelling system. Given the enormous extent to which textures determine emotion recognition, we consider this a critical area for future research in affective virtual agents.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Ellis, P. M.and Bryson, J. J.|
|Editors||Panayiotopoulos, T., Gratch, J., Aylett, R., Ballin, D., Olivier, P. and Rist, T.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000232267200033|
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