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26595 Human Avatars in Playful and Humorous Environments
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Nijholt, A. (2016) Human Avatars in Playful and Humorous Environments. In: Proceedings of the AHFE 2016 International Conference on Affective and Pleasurable Design, 27-31 July 2016, Orlando, Florida. pp. 671-682. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 483. Springer International Publishing. ISSN 2194-5357 ISBN 978-3-319-41660-1

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-41661-8_65

Abstract

In future smart environments sensors and actuators know about the environment’s inhabitants and visitors. This knowledge allows them to predict and suggest activities and behavior and even to take care that certain activities and behavior are enforced on inhabitants and visitors. For example, in a potential dan-gerous situation a car driver can be alerted, can be given a limited number of choices or the car can take over. Similar environmental behavior, not necessarily involving danger, can happen in domestic, urban and office or other professional environments. Humans have now become part of the Internet of Things. Weara-bles, clothes, body sensors, smart tattoos and implants allow the environment to monitor a user, but also to guide and steer a user in a way and a direction that suits the environment and those who own or maintain the environment. In this paper we investigate how a smart environment can use its smartness to create funny and humorous situations by suggesting or enforcing particular activities and behavior of its human inhabitants. In order to do so we have to look at how actor behavior and activity is modeled in storytelling research. In this research we have actors, but sometimes also directors or the environment is called upon to act as a smart director. Rather than aiming at efficiency when guiding ‘actors’ in these environments, we can as well guide human and virtual actors towards situa-tions that are humorous or potentially humorous.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Paper (Full Paper, Talk)
Research Group:EWI-HMI: Human Media Interaction
Research Program:CTIT-General
Research Project:COMMIT/P02: Interaction for Universal Access
Uncontrolled Keywords:Smart environments, Sensors, Actuators, Smart technology, Playable cities, Human-computer interaction, Multi-modal interaction, Entertainment technology, Augmented reality, Virtual reality, Game environments
ID Code:26595
Status:Published
Deposited On:22 August 2016
Refereed:Yes
International:Yes
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