A Modular Authoring Interface for Creating Interactive Characters

@inproceedings{Grow2014AMA,
  title={A Modular Authoring Interface for Creating Interactive Characters},
  author={April Grow},
  year={2014}
}
The authoring of interactive digital characters is a complicated and multidisciplinary task which requires some level of expertise in psychology, artificial intelligence, computer graphics, as well as many other fields depending on the purpose of the agent. Demand for high-quality agents is enormous: current research involves interactive agents for many topics including education, medicine, human caregiving, interactive drama, and video games. However, experts able to author these agents are… CONTINUE READING

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