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Using Virtual Agents to Cue Observer Attention Assessment of the impact of agent animation

@inproceedings{Martinez2010UsingVA,
  title={Using Virtual Agents to Cue Observer Attention Assessment of the impact of agent animation},
  author={Santiago Martinez and R. Sloan and A. Szymkowiak and K. Scott-Brown},
  year={2010}
}
  • Santiago Martinez, R. Sloan, +1 author K. Scott-Brown
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • This paper describes an experiment developed to study the performance of virtual agent motion cues within digital interfaces. Increasingly, agents are used i n virtual environments as part of the branding process and to guide user interaction. However, the level of agent detail req uired to establish and enhance efficient allocation of atten tion remains unclear. Although complex agent motion is now possible, it is costly to implement and so should only be routinely implemented if a clear… CONTINUE READING
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