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By David Zhang, Anil K. Jain

This publication constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the overseas convention on Biometrics, ICB 2006, held in Hong Kong, China in January 2006.

The 104 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from 192 submissions. Biometric standards lined by way of the papers are assigned to stand, fingerprint, iris, speech and signature, biometric fusion and function overview, gait, keystrokes, and others. additionally the result of the Face Authentication pageant (FAC 2006) also are introduced during this volume.

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Set the building frame at 36. 19 The character begins to crouch, ready to run away. 5 The key reaction frame is at frame 40. 20). 20 Set the key reaction frame at frame 40. 40 Emotional Transitions 6 Instead of immediately going to the let down phase, have the figure look around a little to make sure everything is okay. 22. 21 Have the character look around at the key reaction phase. 22 The look left takes more frames because the character has farther to travel. 41 Character Emotion in 2D and 3D Animation 7 With relief the character relaxes in the let down phase on his way back to the standing pose.

24. 22 A strong curve is often found in a surprised reaction. 24 Happiness is often a sweeping uplifting gesture. Character Emotion in 2D and 3D Animation Some general characteristics of happiness or joy are as follows: Some general characteristics of sadness are as follows: ✎ The arms often form a dia- ✎ Drooping shoulders character- mond shape, with the elbows spread wide. ize sadness. ✎ The arms and legs are held ✎ The hands are either laid flat close to the body as if the character wants to recede into itself.

The feet are firmly planted on the ground, and the hands are tightly clenched. ✎ The head is often lowered forward, with the shoulders raised. The Emotional Body Our emotions are often expressed through our body language. Close observation will show that there are unique characteristics to almost any emotion. When we react to an emotion, our reaction takes on these characteristics. While not every reaction will be the same, there will be similarities. As you explore the characteristics of each emotional reaction, you will start to notice that there is a flow or overall directional movement.

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