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project SENSE – multimodal simulation with full-body real-time verbal and nonverbal interactions

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Publication date15/11/2016
Host publicationIntelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment: 8th International Conference, INTETAIN 2016, Utrecht, The Netherlands, June 28–30, 2016, Revised Selected Papers
EditorsRonald Poppe, John-Jules Meyer, Remco Veltkamp, Mehdi Dastani
PublisherSpringer
Pages279-284
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9783319496160
ISBN (Print)9783319496153
Original languageEnglish
Event8th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, INTETAIN 2016 - Utrecht, Netherlands
Duration: 28/06/201630/06/2016

Conference

Conference8th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, INTETAIN 2016
CountryNetherlands
CityUtrecht
Period28/06/1630/06/16

Publication series

NameLecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering
PublisherSpringer
Volume178
ISSN (Print)1867-8211

Conference

Conference8th International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, INTETAIN 2016
CountryNetherlands
CityUtrecht
Period28/06/1630/06/16

Abstract

This paper presents a multimodal simulation system, project-SENSE, that combines virtual reality and full-body motion capture technologies with real-time verbal and nonverbal communication. We introduce the technical setup and employed hardware and software of a first prototype. We discuss the capabilities of the system for the investigation of cooperation paradoxes and the effects of direct nonverbal mimicry. We argue that this prototype lays the technological basis for further research in interpersonal and social skills, as well as the social and emotional consequences of nonverbal mimicry in sustained interactions.