Generating Facial Expressions for Speech

@article{Pelachaud1996GeneratingFE,
  title={Generating Facial Expressions for Speech},
  author={Catherine Pelachaud and Norman I. Badler and Mark Steedman},
  journal={Cognitive Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={20},
  pages={1-46}
}
Abstract This article reports results from a program that produces high-quality animation of facial expressions and head movements as automatically as possible in conjunction with meaning-based speech synthesis, including spoken intonation. The goal of the research is as much to test and define our theories of the formal semantics for such gestures, as to produce convincing animation. Towards this end, we have produced a high-level programming language for three-dimensional (3-D) animation of… CONTINUE READING

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