The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing
The AAAC, formerly the HUMAINE Association, was founded in June 2007, and its first Executive Committee and Management Board were elected in September and October 2007. The history of the process can be viewed in the Association Blog.
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IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems Special Issue on Brain Computer Interface (BCI)This special issue aims at showcasing the most exciting and recent advances in fu...29 June 2015International Workshop on Advancements in Social Signal Processing for Multimodal InteractionAfter a decade of the introduction of social signal processing (SSP) as a researc...Seattle, WA, USA (in conjunction with ICMI2015), 13 November 2015AV+EC 2015: 5th International Audio/Visual+ Emotion Challenge and WorkshopBrisbane, Australia, 26 October 2015Emotion and Computing - Current research and future impactDresden, Germany, 21 September 20151st Int. Workshop on Automatic Sentiment Analysis in the Wild (WASA 2015)Xi'An / P.R. China, 21 September 2015
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Easy to use validated facial emotion expression for virtual characters
This tool is intended for those who need virtual characters with valid and reliable facial emotion expression. The model does not use animations, but uses direct bone control to express and blend expressions. The expressions have been evaluated in (Broekens, Chao Qu, & Brinkman, 2012). The tool contains the following items: 1. An executable for testing and checking out the expressions that can ...
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The AAAC currently has 59 members.
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