Linguistic Issues in Facial Animation

@inproceedings{Badler1991LinguisticII,
  title={Linguistic Issues in Facial Animation},
  author={Norman I. Badler},
  year={1991}
}
Our goal is to build a system of 3D animation and facial expressions of emotion correlated with the intonation of the voice. Up till now, the existing systems did not take into account the link between these two features. We will look at the rules that control these relations (intonation/emotions and facial expressions/emotions) as well as the coordination of these various modes and expressions. Given an utterance, we consider how the messages (what is new/old information in the given context… CONTINUE READING
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