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Title: Collaborative Virtual Environment Technology for People With Autism
Authors: Cheng, Y.;Moore, D.;McGrath, P.;Fan, Y.
Contributors: 數位學習研究所
Keywords: Behavioral research
Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE)
Virtual reality
Date: 2005
Issue Date: 2010-11-10T08:44:55Z
Abstract: This paper focuses on an investigation of Collaborative Virtual Environment (CVE) technology for people with autism, paying particular attention to the use of avatar representations of emotions. A prima facie case for a CVE technological approach is developed, which argues that CVE offers great potential benefits for people with autism. An empirical study of people with autism using a simulated CVE system has been carried out. Results suggest that, on the whole, the participants were able to recognise and operate the avatar representations when communicating via the CVE system
Relation: 5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies, ICALT 2005, School of computing, Leeds Metropolitan University, U.K., July 5-8, 2005:247-248((DOI: 10.1109/ICALT.2005.85)
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