Dancing with Physio: A Mobile Game with Physiologically Aware Virtual Humans

@article{ArroyoPalacios2016DancingWP,
  title={Dancing with Physio: A Mobile Game with Physiologically Aware Virtual Humans},
  author={Jorge Arroyo-Palacios and Mel Slater},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={326-336}
}
This study presents an evaluation of a mobile game with physiologically aware virtual humans as an approach to modulate the participant's affective and physiological state. We developed a mobile version of a virtual reality scenario where the participants were able to interact with virtual human characters through their psychophysiological activity. Music was played in the background of the scenario and, depending on the experimental condition, the virtual humans were initially either barely… CONTINUE READING

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