Eyes, Nose, and Body
Wednesday, 30 July 2003
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 33 A-C
Session Chair: Mel Slater, University College of London
A Nose-Tracked Personal Olfactory Display
An olfactory display that uses an "air cannon" and a vision-based nose tracker to realize a localized, short-duration, switchable olfactory display.
ATR Media Information Science Laboratories
Vital Signs: Exploring Novel Forms of Body Language
Emotional aspects of human communication depend on non-verbal signals or body language. Machine-mediated communication permits exploration of novel body language, which intuitively visualizes felt sensations by displaying physiological signals.
Michael J. Lyons
ATR Media Information Science Labs
Practical Eye Movement Model Using Texture Synthesis
A practical eye-movement model using non-parametric texture synthesis techniques to simulate eye-gaze motion and eye-blink motion simultaneously.
University of Southern California
Attention-Driven Eye Gaze and Blinking for Virtual Humans
A gaze controller driven by an attention system that incorporates psychological research to provide realistic gaze and blink movements.
Trinity College Dublin
Interactive Functional Anatomy
A muscle-shape model to visualize muscle function for medical education. The model was applied to groups of muscles involved in basic and gross motor movements.
Primal Pictures Ltd.