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In virtual environments, the control of numerous entities in multiple dimensions can be difficult and tedious. In this paper, we present a system for synthesizing and recognizing aggregate movements in a virtual environment with a high-level (natural language) interface. The principal com- ponents include: an interactive interface for aggregate con- trol based on a collection of parameters extending an exist- ing movement quality model, a feature analysis of aggregate motion verbs, recognizers to detect occurrences of features in a collection of simulated entities, and a clustering algorithm that determines subgroups. Results based on simulations and a sample instruction application are shown.
Allbeck, J., Kipper, K., Adams, C., Schuler, W., Zoubanova, E., Badler, N. I., Palmer, M., & Joshi, A. K. (2002). ACUMEN: Amplifying Control and Understanding of Multiple ENtities. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/hms/33
Date Posted: 17 July 2007
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