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Title: Extracting Emotion From Movement: Representing Interactions as Glyphs
Authors: Van Dale, Daniel
Young, James
Sharlin, Ehud
Keywords: User interfaces, graphical user interfaces, Human factors
Issue Date: 3-Nov-2009
Abstract: We present a preliminary exploration of information visualization techniques for extracting social and emotive aspects of movement. Our glyph-based technique visualizes particular characteristics of a motion path or interaction sequence between two characters. In this paper we detail our efforts of creating glyphs that extract and expose underlying emotive and social aspects of the collocated physical interplay between a human and a robot.
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