Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment: First International Conference, INTETAIN 2005, Madonna di Campaglio, Italy, November 30 - December 2, 2005, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, INTETAIN 2005 held in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy in November/December 2005.

Among the intelligent computational technologies covered are adaptive media presentations, recommendation systems in media scalable crossmedia, affective user interfaces, intelligent speech interfaces, tele-presence in entertainment, collaborative user models ...

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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, INTETAIN 2005 held in Madonna di Campiglio, Italy in November/December 2005.

Among the intelligent computational technologies covered are adaptive media presentations, recommendation systems in media scalable crossmedia, affective user interfaces, intelligent speech interfaces, tele-presence in entertainment, collaborative user models and group behavior, collaborative and virtual environments, cross domain user models, animation and virtual characters, holographic interfaces, augmented, virtual and mixed reality, computer graphics and multimedia, pervasive multimedia, creative language environments, computational humour, etc.

The 21 revised full papers and 15 short papers presented together with 12 demonstration papers were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 39 submissions. The papers cover a wide range of topics, including intelligent interactive games, intelligent music systems, interactive cinema, edutainment, interactive art, interactive museum guides, city and tourism explorers assistants, shopping assistants, interactive real TV, interactive social networks, interactive storytelling, personal diaries, websites and blogs, and comprehensive assisting environments for special populations (impaired, children, elderly).

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Long Papers.- COMPASS2008: Multimodal, Multilingual and Crosslingual Interaction for Mobile Tourist Guide Applications.- Discovering the European Heritage Through the ChiKho Educational Web Game.- Squidball: An Experiment in Large-Scale Motion Capture and Game Design.- Generating Ambient Behaviors in Computer Role-Playing Games.- Telepresence Techniques for Controlling Avatar Motion in First Person Games.- Parallel Presentations for Heterogenous User Groups – An Initial User Study.- Performing Physical Object References with Migrating Virtual Characters.- AI-Mediated Interaction in Virtual Reality Art.- Laughter Abounds in the Mouths of Computers: Investigations in Automatic Humor Recognition.- AmbientBrowser: Web Browser for Everyday Enrichment.- Ambient Intelligence in Edutainment: Tangible Interaction with Life-Like Exhibit Guides.- Drawings as Input for Handheld Game Computers.- Let’s Come Together — Social Navigation Behaviors of Virtual and Real Humans.- Interacting with a Virtual Rap Dancer.- Grounding Emotions in Human-Machine Conversational Systems.- Water, Temperature and Proximity Sensing for a Mixed Reality Art Installation.- Geogames: A Conceptual Framework and Tool for the Design of Location-Based Games from Classic Board Games.- Disjunctor Selection for One-Line Jokes.- Multiplayer Gaming with Mobile Phones – Enhancing User Experience with a Public Screen.- Learning Using Augmented Reality Technology: Multiple Means of Interaction for Teaching Children the Theory of Colours.- Presenting in Virtual Worlds: Towards an Architecture for a 3D Presenter Explaining 2D-Presented Information.- Short Papers.- Entertainment Personalization Mechanism Through Cross-Domain User Modeling.- User Interview-Based Progress Evaluation of Two Successive Conversational Agent Prototypes.- Adding Playful Interaction to Public Spaces.- Report on a Museum Tour Report.- A Ubiquitous and Interactive Zoo Guide System.- Styling and Real-Time Simulation of Human Hair.- Motivational Strategies for an Intelligent Chess Tutoring System.- Balancing Narrative Control and Autonomy for Virtual Characters in a Game Scenario.- Web Content Transformed into Humorous Dialogue-Based TV-Program-Like Content.- Content Adaptation for Gradual Web Rendering.- Getting the Story Right: Making Computer-Generated Stories More Entertaining.- Omnipresent Collaborative Virtual Environments for Open Inventor Applications.- SpatiuMedia: Interacting with Locations.- Singing with Your Mobile: From DSP Arrays to Low-Cost Low-Power Chip Sets.- Bringing Hollywood to the Driving School: Dynamic Scenario Generation in Simulations and Games.- Demos.- Webcrow: A Web-Based Crosswords Solver.- COMPASS2008: The Smart Dining Service.- DaFEx: Database of Facial Expressions.- PeaceMaker: A Video Game to Teach Peace.- A Demonstration of the ScriptEase Approach to Ambient and Perceptive NPC Behaviors in Computer Role-Playing Games.- Multi-user Multi-touch Games on DiamondTouch with the DTFlash Toolkit.- Enhancing Social Communication Through Story-Telling Among High-Functioning Children with Autism.- Tagsocratic: Learning Shared Concepts on the Blogosphere.- Delegation Based Multimedia Mobile Guide.- Personalized Multimedia Information System for Museums and Exhibitions.- Lets Come Together – Social Navigation Behaviors of Virtual and Real Humans.- Automatic Creation of Humorous Acronyms.

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