Actors in VR storytelling

10/05/2020
by   Selma Rizvic, et al.
0

Virtual Reality (VR) storytelling enhances the immersion of users into virtual environments (VE). Its use in virtual cultural heritage presentations helps the revival of the genius loci (the spirit of the place) of cultural monuments. This paper aims to show that the use of actors in VR storytelling adds to the quality of user experience and improves the edutainment value of virtual cultural heritage applications. We will describe the Baiae dry visit application which takes us to a time travel in the city considered by the Roman elite as "Little Rome (Pusilla Roma)" and presently is only partially preserved under the sea.

READ FULL TEXT

Authors

page 1

page 3

page 4

page 5

page 6

04/26/2020

Bali Temple VR: The Virtual Reality based Application for the Digitalization of Balinese Temples

The aim of this project is the development of Virtual Reality Applicatio...
01/05/2021

Interpersonal distance in VR: reactions of older adults to the presence of a virtual agent

The rapid development of virtual reality technology has increased its av...
02/10/2021

Towards Tangible Cultural Heritage Experiences – Enriching VR-Based Object Inspection with Haptic Feedback

VR/AR technology is a key enabler for new ways of immersively experienci...
02/26/2022

The Dark Side of Perceptual Manipulations in Virtual Reality

"Virtual-Physical Perceptual Manipulations" (VPPMs) such as redirected w...
12/09/2018

Virtual replicas of real places: Experimental investigations

The emergence of social virtual reality (VR) experiences, such as Facebo...
02/10/2019

Engaging Audiences in Virtual Museums by Interactively Prompting Guiding Questions

Virtual museums aim to promote access to cultural artifacts. However, th...
This week in AI

Get the week's most popular data science and artificial intelligence research sent straight to your inbox every Saturday.