Recently, a variety of user interfaces have been developed based on human–robot and human–agent interaction, and anthropomorphic agents are used as one type of interface. However, the use of anthropomorphic agents is applied mainly to the medical and cognitive sciences, and there are few studies of their application to other fields. Therefore, we used an anthropomorphic agent of MMD in a virtual lecture to analyze the effect of gestures on students and search for ways to apply anthropomorphic agents to the field of educational technology.
How gestures affect students: A comparative experiment using class presentations conducted by an anthropomorphic agent
Tomohiro Shirakawa, Hiroshi Sato, Tomoya Imao; How gestures affect students: A comparative experiment using class presentations conducted by an anthropomorphic agent. AIP Conf. Proc. 21 July 2017; 1863 (1): 360015. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4992544
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