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MVE, ITE-HI, VRSJ 2021-06-02
Online Online Expressive Agent Responding to User's Smile for Amplifying Their Smile and Positive Emotion
Shinji Iwata, Naoto Yoshida (Nagoya Univ.), Tomoko Yonezawa (Kansai Univ.), Yu Enokibori, Kenji Mase (Nagoya Univ.) MVE2021-6
By utilizing facial mimicry phenomena and emotion contagion theories, we propose a concept of an interactive agent that ... [more] MVE2021-6
HCS 2021-01-24
Online Online The Effects Speech of Mimicry by Smart Speaker on Impressions and Prosocial Behaviors
Masaki Kikuchi, Jun Ichikawa, Masanori Akiyoshi (Kanagawa Univ.) HCS2020-60
Recently, artificial agents have helped our everyday lives, such as a smart speaker. Investigating interaction design is... [more] HCS2020-60
CNR 2016-09-20
Tokyo Sanjo conference hall, The University of Tokyo A study of mimicking effect in improving human agent interaction
Jianmei Feng, Daiki Koyama, koumei Hasegawa, Michita Imai (Keio Univ.) CNR2016-12
Human interactions is long perceived as a highly social interactional behavior which involves multimodality information ... [more] CNR2016-12
HIP 2015-09-29
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa Sensation that can not be integrated and the symmetry of the body -- Study of Another model of body image by artistic approach to developmental disorders --
Taisuke Murakami (ASU) HIP2015-78
Autism possibly acquires an unique body image by developing imitation without relying on interpersonal interaction. In t... [more] HIP2015-78
SP 2015-01-22
Gifu Juroku Plaza Analysis of effects of voice mimicry on speaker verification and acoustic features of the imitated voices
Koji Iwano, Taito Sone, Kanako Sakamoto (Tokyo City Univ.) SP2014-134
It is quite important to recognize the vulnerability of speaker verification (SV) systems against voice mimicry attacks ... [more] SP2014-134
HCS 2013-08-23
Kyoto   *
Masayoshi Nagai (AIST), Motoyasu Honma (National Institute of Mental Health, National Center of Neurolog), Takatsune Kumada (Kyoto University), Yoshihisa Osada (Rikkyo Univ.) HCS2013-36
(To be available after the conference date) [more] HCS2013-36
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2013-05-30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Facial Expression Differences among Empathic Facial Mimicry and Intentional Facial Mimicry
Yoshitaro Onishi, Soki Uchino, Masashi Komori (Osaka Electro-Comm. Univ.) HCS2013-10 HIP2013-10
During a social interaction, we mirror each other’s facial expressions automatically as well as intentionally. Such faci... [more] HCS2013-10 HIP2013-10
- 2012-12-12
Kumamoto Kumamoto-Shintoshin-plaza Understanding Empathy/Antipathy Perceived by External Observers based on Behavioral Coordination and Response Time
Shiro Kumano, Kazuhiro Otsuka, Masafumi Matsuda, Junji Yamato (NTT)
This paper analyzes how empathy and antipathy, aroused between people while interacting in face-to-face conversation, ar... [more]
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