Interacting with virtual agents in mixed reality interactive storytelling

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Authors: Cavazza, M., Martin, O., Charles, F., Mead, S.J. and Marichal, X.

Journal: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

Volume: 2792

Pages: 231-235

ISSN: 0302-9743

The specificities of user interaction with virtual actors in Mixed Reality interactive storytelling was discussed. Several techniques supporting multi-modal interaction with virtual actors were discussed. It was found that the Mixed Reality system was based on 'magic mirror' model in which the user's image was captured in real time by a video camera. Mixed Reality offers a new context for interactive storytelling that puts the user in a double actor-spectator position through the 'magic mirror' metaphor that provided an inverted third-person mode of participation. The context bought new perspectives for user interactions with an emphasis on multimodal interaction.

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Authors: Cavazza, M., Martin, O., Charles, F., Mead, S.J. and Marichal, X.

Journal: INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL AGENTS

Volume: 2792

Pages: 231-235

ISSN: 0302-9743

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