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Nonverbal Communication in Virtual Worlds: Understanding and Designing Expressive Characters

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Nonverbal Communication in Virtual Worlds: Understanding and Designing Expressive Characters
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Publisher: ETC Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1304812049
Number of pages: 383

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In this book, we begin the work of articulating the challenges and possibilities for non-verbal communication in virtual worlds. Drawing on a wide range of disciplines and perspectives, we consider the past, present, and future of human communication online.

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