Human perception of synthetic character emotions in the presence of conflicting and congruent vocal and facial expressions

@article{Provost2008HumanPO,
  title={Human perception of synthetic character emotions in the presence of conflicting and congruent vocal and facial expressions},
  author={Emily Mower Provost and Sungbok Lee and Maja J. Mataric and Shrikanth Narayanan},
  journal={2008 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing},
  year={2008},
  pages={2201-2204}
}
Audio-visual emotion expression by synthetic agents is widely employed in research, industrial, and commercial applications. However, the mechanism through which people judge the multimodal emotional display of these agents is not yet well understood. This study is an attempt to provide a better understanding of the interaction between video and audio channels through the use of a continuous dimensional evaluation framework of valence, activation, and dominance. The results indicate that the… CONTINUE READING

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