Linking between real and virtual spaces

  • Strauss W
  • Fleischmann M
  • Ernst R
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Abstract

Task 6.2 is concerned with developing the concept of the Mixed Reality stage as a networked layering of physical space and virtual environments. These environment allow for interaction and communication of multiple users enabled through intuitive, free body interfaces. The deliverable discusses three main issues: • A characterisation of Mixed Reality approaches and techniques uncovering the requirements for Mixed Reality stages, • The technical development and implementation of a VRML 2.0 based multi-user system, which is enabled by an intuitive interface environment and supports Mixed Reality stages: the eMUSE - electronic Multi User Stage Environment, • Trials and evaluation of the eMUSE prototype in a public setting with untrained users and in a theatrical setting with professional performers resulting in a networked interactive stage concept in year 3. The innovative aspect of this approach is the combination of the VRML-based multi-user system, the intuitive interface and the focus on the interactive experience in different settings. The goal is to produce an operating system for Mixed Reality stages through transdisciplinary exchange.

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Authors

  • Wolfgang Strauss

  • Monika Fleischmann

  • Roland Ernst

  • Christoph Liesendahl

  • Rainer Liesendahl

  • Werner Magar

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