Snowball effect

Agents start the interaction di-synchronised and after a while stabilise in synchrony

Demonstrations of SSPNet project

SSPNet (Social Signal Processing Network) is an European Network of Excellence (NoE) which addresses Social Signal Processing.

SSPNet activities revolve around two research foci selected for their primacy in our everyday life:

* Social Signal Processing in Human-Human Interaction * Social Signal Processing in Human-Computer Interaction

Hence,the main focus of the SSPNet is on […]

Demo of GretAR

The GretAR project aims at developing an framework to study the interaction between humans and virtual agent in augmented reality. The research in the collaboration with HitLab NZ is focused on the spatial nonverbal behaviors, the sense presence, the proxemics and other social behaviors in that environment.


Demo of the Semaine project

The Semaine project is an european STREP project and aims to build a SAL, a Sensitive Artificial Listener, a multimodal dialogue system which can:

interact with humans with a virtual character sustain an interaction with a user for some time react appropriately to the user’s non-verbal behaviour

The SAL-system is released to a large extent […]