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When a user utters a command sentence, the key words are extracted by the speech 18 T. Wama et al. Fig. 3. Composition of the conversation system using the robot recognition tool, converted into the control command for the robot, and sent to it (Fig. 3). The control data for each motion itself is loaded in the robot’s microcomputer. Corresponding to the control command sent from the Server PC, the microcomputer reads out suitable control data to control the robot movement. At various exhibitions we demonstrated our robot having easy conversations with the audience and showing them various tai-chi motions.
Since the robot’s center-of-gravity could only be checked during simulations with the actual physical robot, this whole process was the most important and time consuming. Sometimes small differences in the center-of-gravity between the computer graphics robot and the physical robot couldn’t be recognized on the motion editor. If the robot fell down during a tai-chi motion, the motor angle had to be adjusted. A key frame between two key frames had to be carried out. In this way, we investigated for incongruity in the series of robot motions, eventually obtaining complete motion data.
Recurrent gameplay gestalts can also be identified across games, game genres, and players. Some examples of gameplay gestalts in computer games include: 1 A gestalt may be understood as a configuration or pattern of elements so unified as a whole that it cannot be described merely as a sum of its parts. A. Lindley Action games: shoot while being hit, strafe to hiding spot, take health, repeat RPGs: send fast character to lure enemy from group, all characters kill enemy, take health, repeat. Strategy Games: order peasants, send to work, order soldiers, send to perimeters, repeat while slowly expanding the perimeters (up to the point of runaway win/lose); OR: move x archers to tower y every n minutes to head off the enemy camel musketeers from the east who arrive every n minutes.