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Perception of personality through eye gaze of realistic and cartoon models

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Perception of personality through eye gaze of realistic and cartoon models
In this paper, we conducted a perceptual experiment to determine if specific personality traits can be portrayed through eye and head movement in the absence of other facial animation cues. We created a collection of eye and head motions captured from three female actors portraying different personalities, while listening to instructional videos. In a between-groups experiment, we tested the perception of personality on a realistic model and a cartoon stylisation in order to determine if stylisation can positively influence the perceived personality or if personality is more easily identified on a realistic face. Our results verify that participants were able to differentiate between personality traits portrayed only through eye gaze, blinks and head movement. The results also show that perception of personality was robust across character realism. CR Categories: I.3.7 [Computer Graphics]: Three-Dimensional Graphics and Realism—Facial Animation;
Kerstin Ruhland, Katja Zibrek, Rachel McDonnell
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Type Journal
Year 2015
Where APGV
Authors Kerstin Ruhland, Katja Zibrek, Rachel McDonnell
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