Interacting with a gaze-aware virtual character

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Authors: Bee, N., Wagner, J., André, E., Charles, F., Pizzi, D. and Cavazza, M.

Journal: International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Proceedings IUI

Pages: 71-77

ISBN: 9781605589992

DOI: 10.1145/2002333.2002345

In this paper, we present the user's attentive state interpreted through eye gaze while interacting with a virtual character. The underlying narrative in which the approach was tested is based on a classical XIXthcentury psychological novel: Madame Bovary, by Flaubert. We connected a remote eye tracker with a dynamic 3D world. An empirical study revealed individual user experiences and behavioral patterns. In particular, we identified two different groups of users: one that was showing natural eye gaze behaviors with rhythmic eye gaze shifts between the characters' eyes, face and the scene and another one permanently staring at the character. Interestingly, the group with more natural behaviors towards the character also rated the experience with the system more positively. © 2010 ACM.

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