Last appearence was in Hjärnkontoret, SVT1, 1999-01-26. Select Arkiv | Reportage | Medicin/rösten on the Hjärnkontoret homepage to check it out.
August, Holger and other faces have also been seen in Utbildningsradion, Hjärnkontoret (twice!), Sajber and Nyheterna (TV4).
August, Alf, Olga and our other faces have been seen in swedish newspapers and magazines such as: Dagens Nyheter, Aftonbladet, Mikrodatorn and PC för alla.
Waxholm (1992-1995). The system provided tourist information about the Stockholm archipelago, and featured continous speech recognition and a talking head (Holger). OLGA (1995-1997) dealt with consumer information about microwave ovens. The Olga project featured limited speech recognition and a full-bodied animated robot-like lady, capable of multimodal speech synthesis and body gestures, as well as a graphical direct manipulation interface. The August system was a platform for presentation of the speech technology research at CTT. It featured an animated agent named after 19:th century Swedish writer August Strindberg, a graphics display (maps etc), speech recognition and optical detection and tracking of users. The system was available daily for six months to any visitor at the Stockholms Akademiska Forum, Stockholm Cultural Centre, in Stockholm, as part of the Cultural Capital of Europe '98 program.
MiLaSS Emotions. Here you can see how the students at the MiLaSS summer school defined six basic emotions (and a few not so basic also)