1. These contributions arise from the proceedings of a seminar looking at issues raised by Masahiro Mori’s concept of Uncanny Valley in robotics for contemporary gaming, film and art held at Dana Centre, London, March 2006 and co-moderated by Hannah Redler, Science Museum and Helen Sloan, SCAN as part of Node.London festival.
2. See Harry Brenton, Marco Gillies, Daniel Ballin and David Chatting (2005). Paper presented at HCI 2005, Animated Characters Interaction Workshop, Napier University, Edinburgh
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5. See Surman, David (2007) following.
6. See Edge Magazine (2006) / no. 161, April
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Marco Gillies, researcher in Computer Graphics and Virtual Environments at University College London; David Surman, lecturer in Computer Games Design, University of Wales Newport; and Harry Brenton, research fellow in the Department of Biosurgery and Surgical Technology, Imperial College London.