Interaction technologies have recently become more and more robust, ubiquitous, and widespread. Their advances encompass both the enabling technologies (e.g., faster computer architectures and network communications, more powerful real-time video and audio processing, and so on) and the concept itself guiding research and development. Keywords such as user centric media, user-centered design, human-centered computing are emerging as novel directions for research. The focus on the user and on her capabilities reverts the original machine-centred paradigm and opens new perspectives for interactive entertainment. This special issue collects contributions that witness such a trend toward a novel human-centered interactive entertainment. The special issue gathers selected, extended contributions from the Intetain 2011 Conference, with a special focus on research concerning intelligent systems, applications, and techniques for interactive entertainment.
- HMI-MI: MULTIMODAL INTERACTIONS
- active listening
- Virtual agents
- music authoring
- Brain-Computer Interfaces
- Computer Vision
Volpe, G., Volpe, G. (Ed.), Reidsma, D. (Ed.), Camurri, A. (Ed.), Camurri, A., & Nijholt, A. (Ed.) (2013). Editorial: New modalities for interactive entertainment. Entertainment computing, 4(3), 1-1. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.entcom.2013.09.001