Agents in a Virtual Reality Drama CSE Technical Report 2005-08

  title={Agents in a Virtual Reality Drama CSE Technical Report 2005-08},
  author={Stuart C. Shapiro and Josephine Anstey and David E. Pape and Trupti Devdas Nayak and Michael Kandefer and Orkan Telhan},
We provide an overview of the use of intelligent agents, implemented in the new MGLAIR architecture, in a virtual reality drama. For us, a virtual reality drama is a scripted play in which the computational agents are actors who have copies of the script, and one human audience member has been drafted to be a participant, but doesn’t have a copy of the script. The computational actors must improvise reactions to the human partpicipant’s actions, but keep the play moving along in as close… CONTINUE READING
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