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  An Interactive Storytelling System for TV, Cinema, and Web



    
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  • Best Paper Award

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    The Logtell Project won the Best Paper Award in the XVII Brazilian Symposium on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment. Read more...

    SBgames 2018
  • Best Paper Award

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    The Logtell Project won the Best Paper Award in the XV Brazilian Symposium on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment.

    SBgames 2016
  • Best Paper Award

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    The Logtell Project won the Best Paper Award in the 14th International Conference on Entertainment Computing.

    ICEC 2015
  • Best Paper Award

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    The Logtell Project won an Honorable Mention for Best Paper in the Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and Web.

    WebMedia 2014
  • Honorable Mention

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    Edirlei Soares de Lima won an Honorable Mention from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Read more...

    Honorable Mention
  • SBGames 2012

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    The Logtell Project published a paper on natural language interface for Interactive Cinema/TV. Read more...

    SBGames 2012




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  Best Paper Award - SBGames 2018 - (November, 2018)

The Logtell Project won the Best Paper Award in the XVII Brazilian Symposium on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment (SBGames 2018) with the paper "Personality and Preference Modeling for Adaptive Storytelling", which is authored by Edirlei Soares de Lima, Bruno Feijo, Antonio L. Furtado, and Vinicius M. Gottin.

The SBGames (Brazilian Symposium on Computer Games and Digital Entertainment) is the largest and most important academic event for games and digital entertainment in Latin America. It is attended by scientists, artists, designers, teachers and students from colleges, universities, research centers and the game industry.

The paper "Personality and Preference Modeling for Adaptive Storytelling" explores personality modeling and proposes a novel approach to generate individualized interactive narratives based on the preferences of users, which are modeled in terms of the Big Five factors.