PAPILLON: Expressive Eyes for Interactive Characters

Authors

Eric Brockmeyer (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Ivan Poupyrev (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Moshe Mahler (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Joanna Dauner (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Jimmy Krahe (Disney Research Pittsburgh)

ACM SIGGRAPH Emerging Technologies 2013

July 21, 2013

 

PAPILLON- Expressive Eyes for Interactive Characters-Image

PAPILLON is a technology for designing highly expressive animated eyes for interactive characters, robots, and toys. Expressive eyes are essential in any form of face-to-face communication [2] and designing them has been a critical challenge in robotics, as well as in interactive character and toy development.

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