The Perceptive Puppet: Seamless Embodiment Exchange Between Real and Virtual Humans in Virtual Environments for Training

Abstract : We present a novel mechanism that allows real and virtual humans to dynamically exchange the control of their embodiment in virtual environments. Such a mechanism raises two important issues: the possibility of dynamic embodiment exchanges between real humans and virtual humans and the continuity of actions of the team members after an exchange. To address these issues we introduce a new entity, the Perceptive Puppet that abstracts real and virtual humans into one common entity containing its own knowledge.
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Andrés Saraos Luna, Valérie Gouranton, Thomas Lopez, Bruno Arnaldi. The Perceptive Puppet: Seamless Embodiment Exchange Between Real and Virtual Humans in Virtual Environments for Training. GRAPP, International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications, Feb 2013, Barcelone, Spain. pp.1-6. ⟨hal-00763412⟩

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