This text discusses design issues of social agent technology with the perspective of human cognition. It combines the disciplines of computer science, social science and psychology but seeks to avoid being overly technical, and is written for an interdisclipinary audience.this way the illusion of a virtual world seen through a virtual window, is collapsed. 6 In conventional systems, the illusion of immersion ... This is because to goal is always to fold the attention of the user back onto their own sense of embodiment and the ... Although prior training has become a part of theme park amusements, nobody wants to do a tutorial or read a manual before they experience an artwork .
|Title||:||Human Cognition and Social Agent Technology|
|Publisher||:||John Benjamins Publishing - 2000|