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Biometric Recognition via Eye Movements: Saccadic Vigor and Acceleration Cues
Ioannis Rigas, Oleg Komogortsev, Reza Shadmehr
Article No.: 6
Previous research shows that human eye movements can serve as a valuable source of information about the structural elements of the oculomotor system and they also can open a window to the neural functions and cognitive mechanisms related to...
Assessing and Improving the Identification of Computer-Generated Portraits
Olivia Holmes, Martin S. Banks, Hany Farid
Article No.: 7
Modern computer graphics are capable of generating highly photorealistic images. Although this can be considered a success for the computer graphics community, it has given rise to complex forensic and legal issues. A compelling example comes from...
Evaluating Animated Characters: Facial Motion Magnitude Influences Personality Perceptions
Jennifer Hyde, Elizabeth J. Carter, Sara Kiesler, Jessica K. Hodgins
Article No.: 8
Animated characters are expected to fulfill a variety of social roles across different domains. To be successful and effective, these characters must display a wide range of personalities. Designers and animators create characters with appropriate...
Assessing the Impact of Hand Motion on Virtual Character Personality
Yingying Wang, Jean E. Fox Tree, Marilyn Walker, Michael Neff
Article No.: 9
Designing virtual characters that are capable of conveying a sense of personality is important for generating realistic experiences, and thus a key goal in computer animation research. Though the influence of gesture and body motion on personality...
Deformation Lamps: A Projection Technique to Make Static Objects Perceptually Dynamic
Takahiro Kawabe, Taiki Fukiage, Masataka Sawayama, Shin'ya Nishida
Article No.: 10
Light projection is a powerful technique that can be used to edit the appearance of objects in the real world. Based on pixel-wise modification of light transport, previous techniques have successfully modified static surface properties such as...