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Wave Like an Egyptian — Accelerometer Based Gesture  Recognition for Culture Specific Interactions
The user’s behavior and his interpretation of interactions with others is influenced by his cultural background, which provides a number of heuristics or patterns of behavior and...
Matthias Rehm, Nikolaus Bee and Elisabeth André
IVA
2009
Springer
3 years 11 months ago
Breaking the Ice in Human-Agent Communication: Eye-Gaze Based Initiation of Contact with an Embodied Conversational Agent
In human-human conversation, the first impression decides whether two people feel attracted by each other and whether contact between them will be continued or not. Starting from ...
Nikolaus Bee, Elisabeth André and Susanne Tober

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Relations between Facial Display, Eye Gaze and Head Tilt: Dominance Perception Variations of Virtual Agents
In this paper, we focus on facial displays, eye gaze and head tilts to express social dominance. In particular, we are interested in the interaction of different non-verbal cues. W...
Nikolaus Bee, Stefan Franke and Elisabeth André
IUI
2009
ACM
4 years 10 days ago
Simplified facial animation control utilizing novel input devices: a comparative study
Editing facial expressions of virtual characters is quite a complex task. The face is made up of many muscles, which are partly activated concurrently. Virtual faces with human exp...
Nikolaus Bee, Bernhard Falk, Elisabeth André
SG
2007
Springer
4 years 1 months ago
Highly Realistic 3D Presentation Agents with Visual Attention Capability
This research proposes 3D graphical agents in the role of virtual presenters with a new type of functionality – the capability to process and respond to visual attention of users...
Arjen Hoekstra, Helmut Prendinger, Nikolaus Bee, D...
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