Investigating facial animation production through artistic inquiry
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Studies into dynamic facial expressions tend to make use of experimental methods based on objectively manipulated stimuli. New techniques for displaying increasingly realistic facial movement and methods of measuring observer responses are typical of computer animation and psychology facial expression research. However, few projects focus on the artistic nature of performance production. Instead, most concentrate on the naturalistic appearance of posed or acted expressions. In this paper, the authors discuss a method for exploring the creative process of emotional facial expression animation, and ask whether anything can be learned about authentic dynamic expressions through artistic inquiry.
Sloan, R. J. S., Robinson, B. and Cook, M. 2009. Investigating facial animation production through artistic inquiry. In: 2009 Computation World: Future Computing, Service Computation, Cognitive, Adaptive, Content, Patterns. pp.675-681. Available from DOI: 10.1109/ComputationWorld.2009.8
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