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Modeling interactions of a 3d animated agent. Ruth Agada Dr. Jie Yan Bowie State University Computer Science Department S.O.A.R Summer Research Presentations September 15 th , 2009. Introduction .

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Modeling interactions of a 3d animated agent.

Ruth Agada

Dr. Jie Yan

Bowie State University

Computer Science Department

S.O.A.R Summer Research Presentations

September 15th, 2009.


Introduction

Computers have become an integral part of human lives. When it comes to education most of the software developed falls short of the real thing.

They lack the effective communications that human teachers or storytellers have on users.


Our approach


Initial Phase

sadness

fear

happiness

anger

disgust

surprise


Intermediate Phase


Final Phase


Testing & results


Analysis


Annotation Tool


Thanks to:

Dr. Yan .

Department of Computer science.

Research made possible through grants from:

NSF: SGER:  Research to Improve Communication byPedagogical Agents (Award No. IIS-0827188).

Building Excellence in Teaching, Training, Education, and Research (B.E.T.T.E.R.).


Hooper, S., & Rieber, L. P. (1995). Teaching with technology. In A. C. Ornstein (Ed.), Teaching: Theory into practice, (pp. 154-170). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Sanger, Michael J. Computer Animations in Chemistry: What We Have Learned http://faculty.cns.uni.edu/~sanger/Review .

Weiss, Renee E., Dave S. Knowlton, and Gary R. Morrison. "Principles for using animation in computer-based instruction: theoretical heuristics for effective design." Computers in Human Behavior 18 (July 2002): 465-477.


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