Christian Becker-Asano

[B]elievable [A]ndroids

VR videos

Videos of my Virtual Reality-related work.

Unity3D and Multiagent Systems:

1. My Master student Felix Ruzolli and I have implemented a 3D airport passenger simulation in Unity3D in 2013:

Click to download in MP4 format (72.57MB)

2. My Master student Jan Mortensen integrated my emotion simulation architecture WASABI in the 3D airport passenger simulation in Unity3D in 2014:

Click to download in MP4 format (39.87MB)

WASABI's UPD interface is used to connect it with Unity3D bidirectionally. The emotions of 500 agents are simulated with an update once per second from WASABI to Unity3D. The opposite direction is updated asynchronously with valenced impulses, triggers, and changing the dominance values of single agents. Check this for some background information on how WASABI works.

"The virtual human of the MARC framework as a teacher in an ACT-R-based tak":

In 2012 the Master student Philip Stahl realized a combination of a MARC agent with WASABI and ACT-R:

Click to download in MP4 format (2.42MB)

This paper describes the results of the empirical study.

Cove: Coping with virtual emergencies (@Freiburg University):

  • At FRIAS (Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies)
Demo video, April 2011, 1:54 minutes
Click to download in MP4 format (18.55MB)
Subject 19, Juli 2011, 3:35 minutes
Click to download in FLV format (23.33MB)

Talk given in March 2012 at the Isaac Newton Institute in Cambridge, UK, about WASABI and the connection between emotion modeling and dynamic epistemic logic-based planning for virtual agents

Click to download in FLV format (141.94MB)

 

Virtual Human Max, 2003 - 2008 @Bielefeld University:

"WASABI Affect Simulation for Agents with Believable Interactivity"
June 2008, 3:27 minutes

Click to download in MP4 format (24.74MB)

"Empathic Max in Tokyo"
May 2005, 1:40 minutes

Click to download in MP4 format (29.16MB)

"Report about MAX on ARTE"
November 25, 2003, 5:19 minutes

Click to download in MP4 format (18.72MB)

 
  • "Emotion Dynamics of the HNF-Max", June 2004, 2:59 minutes: ADS04_Demo_engl_mpg1_gross.mpg (47 MB, mpg1-Video)
  • "Technology that understands", a promotional video produced by the German Research Foundation presenting the Excellence Initiative at Bielefeld University. Watch out for agent Max and its emotions.
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