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Computer graphics for expressing robot-artificial emotions
By: Hara, F.; Kobayashi, H.;
1992 / IEEE / 0-7803-0753-4
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Computer graphics for expressing robot-artificial emotions ' The concept of active human interface (AHI) is proposed to accomplish a friendly communication between human and robot/computer, and this paper deals with 3D computer graphics technique to display the inner state of AHI, i.e., robot-artificial emotion by means of facial expression solid model of a human face is used as a media of displaying the robot artificial emotions and an action units (AUs) system is utilized to generate six basic facial expressions on 3D solid model of a human face. A neural network mapping between six basic facial expressions and AUs can succeed in displaying various mixed facial expressions on the human face model.<
Robot Artificial Emotions
Active Human Interface
With 3d Computer Graphics
Communication System Control
Three Dimensional Displays
Graphical User Interfaces