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Experience Design of the Immersive Film: Panoramic View and Interactive Narratives

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10918)

Abstract

When the immersive filmwork is experienced by the audiences with head-mounted display,the interactive experience of immersive images lies in that the audiences (users) need to be part of the story in terms of the visual perception experience and the story emotional experience. Construction of interactive narration and the free perspective of panoramic view creates a new mode of narrative experience. The immersive interactive film provide the audiences with a free moving perspective to observe and experience the story in a natural way. The scene narrative has been main moth of immersive film storytelling. The audio-visual sense and the boundless perspective realize the immersion of sense organs, and achieves the realistic experience of a higher level. And the experience relation among audience, image media and image content are be changed.

Keywords

Immersive Panoramic view Interactive narratives 

Notes

Acknowledgments

This research was supported by Beijing social science fund project (17YTB014).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Digital Media SchoolBeijing Film AcademyBeijingChina

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