“Interactive Spatial Augmented Reality System for Chinese Opera” by Zhang, Shen, Zhang, Zhu and Ma

  • ©YanXiang Zhang, YiRun Shen, WeiWei Zhang, ZiQiang Zhu, and PengFei Ma

  • ©YanXiang Zhang, YiRun Shen, WeiWei Zhang, ZiQiang Zhu, and PengFei Ma

  • ©YanXiang Zhang, YiRun Shen, WeiWei Zhang, ZiQiang Zhu, and PengFei Ma

  • ©YanXiang Zhang, YiRun Shen, WeiWei Zhang, ZiQiang Zhu, and PengFei Ma

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Entry Number: 14

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    Interactive Spatial Augmented Reality System for Chinese Opera

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    In this research, the authors designed an interactive spatial augmented reality system for stage performance based on the technologies of UWB positioning and Bluetooth triggering. The position of the actor is obtained through the antenna tag carried by the actor and the signal base station placed on the stage. Special effects can be triggered through the Bluetooth module according to the actor. The system has a higher degree of freedom in practical applications, which can present an interactive spatial augmented reality effect, and therefore provide new possibilities for the application of spatial augmented reality in the stage performance. The system could bring better immersive experience to the audiences, and it also brings new possibilities for the aesthetic creation of opera.

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Acknowledgements:


    The work is supported by China National Key Technology Support Program under Grant No.: 2014BAH15F02


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