“Neuro-baby” is an interactive system in which a CG baby created by a computer interact with an user. AI recognizes emotions based on the intonation of the user’s voice, and the CG baby interacts with the user in real time, by expressing its emotion by its face expressions and movements. The work was invited at Ars Electronica (Theme: Artificial Life) in 1993. Picture 9 shows one scene of the exhibition at Ars Electronica in 1993. Also it was exhibited at SIGGRAPH ’93. Reference shows an article included in the Visual Proceedings Art show of SIGGRAPH ’93.
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In this busy information society, have you ever wondered if you suddenly needed something that didn’t require as much attention as a human being, didn’t require as much care as a pet, and could make some decisions on its own…
Neurobabies are like one’s alter ego and are the closest others to oneself.
|SAM Museum (Tenpozan Museum) (Osaka Japan)
|Interactive Art Exhibition
|Ars Electronica 1993 “Artificial Life”
|SIGGRAPH “Machine Culuture”
|Tokyo International Museum (Tokyo Japan)
|Mitsubishi Sociotech Plaza, Tokyo
|Mitsubishi Sociotech Plaza Third Anniversary Special