Turn-taking control using gaze in multiparty human-computer dialogue: effects of 2d and 3d displays

@inproceedings{Moubayed2011TurntakingCU,
  title={Turn-taking control using gaze in multiparty human-computer dialogue: effects of 2d and 3d displays},
  author={Samer Al Moubayed and Gabriel Skantze},
  booktitle={AVSP},
  year={2011}
}
In a previous experiment we found that the perception of gaze from an animated agent on a two-dimensional display suffers from the Mona Lisa effect, which means that exclusive mutual gaze cannot be established if there is more than one observer. By using a three-dimensional projection surface, this effect can be eliminated. In this study, we investigate whether this difference also holds for the turn-taking behaviour of subjects interacting with the animated agent in a multi-party dialogue. We… CONTINUE READING
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