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Bramas, B., Kim, Y.-M., & Kwon, D.-S. 2008, October 14—17 Design of a sound system to increase emotional expression impact in human-robot interaction. Paper presented at International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems, Seoul, Korea. 
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Resource type: Proceedings Article
Peer reviewed
BibTeX citation key: Bramas2008
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Categories: Sound Design
Keywords: Emotion
Creators: Bramas, Kim, Kwon
Publisher: COEX (Seoul, Korea)
Collection: International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems
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Abstract
"This paper describes the design of a sound system used in human-robot interaction. Its objective is to play sounds synchronized with a main system (another application or a robot) to increase emotional or gestural impact. This synchronization is possible using a generic sound model composed of a states/transitions graph and different sound effects applied instantaneously. For each system, a different sound graph can be built. Every element of the graph is also a sound. This model enables a dynamics sound system. The main system communicates with this sound system by sending different messages using a network."
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