Embodied online dancing and partying with the help of digital characters

 

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With the support of novel, original and imaginative combinations of Artificial Intelligence and immersive interaction technologies, people will be able to feel each other’s presence, touch, and movement, even if they are not in the same physical space.

Meaningful AI-driven digital characters able to interact autonomously with people will help the individuals to feel happy and dance with each other.

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Digital AI powered characters do not get tired yet!

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October 21, 2021 AI4EU cafe presentations on Embodied Online Dancing and Partying
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October 21, 2021 AI4EU cafe presentations on Embodied Online Dancing and Partying

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Meet our researchers and hear about our work in October 21 AI4EU Café session.

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Carousel is Hiring : PhD Studentship at Napier University

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Carousel is on ResearchGate

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Carousel will organize a BoF session on “Dancing in XR” at ACM Siggraph 2021

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Carousel will use UCL’s UBIQ networking library for low latency interaction between dancers.

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Presentation of study on evaluating social experience in virtual reality at CHI 2021.

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Carousel featured in 2021 first semester issue of DFKI newsletter.

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Carousel is Hiring!

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Presentation at IEEE VR 2021 Kelvar workshop published on youtube channel.

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Carousel in the News : Article on Fetfx.eu portal.

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Project KickOff meeting on January 15th 2021

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Carousel in the news : CAROUSEL pushes the limits of digital communications

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The project is coordinated by Deutsche Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)s with the participation of Edinburgh Napier University, Aalto University, Grassroots Arts and Research and VIVITnet.