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IJVR
2008
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The Potential of Human Haptic Emotion as Technique for Virtual Human Characters Movement to Augment Interactivity in Virtual Rea
Virtual Human Character movement is very essential on virtual reality game in order to perform natural or emotional movement. Basically, numerous researchers focusing on movements ...
Ahmad Hoirul Basori, Daut Daman, Mohd Shahrizal Su...
GRAPHITE
2006
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
Individualized reaction movements for virtual humans
Virtual Humans creation aims to provide virtual characters with realistic behavior, which implies endowing them with autonomy in an inhabited virtual environment. Autonomous behav...
Alejandra García-Rojas, Frédé...
IJVR
2007
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Semantic Representation of Individualized Reaction Movements for Virtual Humans
—Virtual Human (VH) creation aims to provide virtual characters with realistic behavior, which implies endowing them with autonomy in an inhabited virtual environment. Autonomous...
Alejandra García-Rojas, Frédé...
VRST
2006
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
Using neuromuscular electrical stimulation for pseudo-haptic feedback
This paper focuses at the usage of neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES) for achieving pseudo-haptic feedback. By stimulating the motor nerves, muscular contractions can be ...
Ernst Kruijff, Dieter Schmalstieg, Steffi Beckhaus
CHI
2009
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
PenLight: combining a mobile projector and a digital pen for dynamic visual overlay
Digital pen systems, originally designed to digitize annotations made on physical paper, are evolving to permit a wider variety of applications. Although the type and quality of p...
Hyunyoung Song, Tovi Grossman, George W. Fitzmauri...
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