The present paper examines the potential of the implementation of theatre directing theories onto the design of human-computer interaction, especially in the case of Digital Humans, and whether the emergent practices produce differentiated, aesthetically coherent and cognitively stimulating experiences perceived by the user. Furthermore, issues raised by the adoption of certain directing approaches, such as the simulation of humanization and the anthropomorphization of a digital human agent are discussed.
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Tracing new perspectives in human-computer interaction and theatre/performance studies synergy Implementing theatre directing theories onto the designing of interactive experiences with digital humans
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