“Little red: storytelling in mixed reality” by Saso, Iguchi and Inakage

  • ©Tomoki “Issac” Saso, Kenji Iguchi, and Masa Inakage




    Little red: storytelling in mixed reality



    This proposal discusses utilizing Mixed Reality (MR) systems as an interface for storytelling, using a picture book as a metaphor. “Little Red” implements methods of re-creating literary work in 3D using MR techniques and a head-mounted display (HMD).


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