The Intangible Culture Heritage “New Ecology” Under Emotional Demand of Interactive Experience

  • Dongna CaiEmail author
  • Yuning Li
  • Zhi Li
  • Yongjian HuaiEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 517)


The traditional Chinese flower arrangement as a national intangible cultural heritage has high historical value and artistic value, with the increasing demand of user’s emotional needs for interactive experience, its popularity, and interaction are relatively limited. In the information age of the rapid development of new media technology, using digital technology to protect and inherit this excellent intangible cultural traditional art has far-reaching significance and it has high theoretical value for developing the history and innovation of traditional flower arranging art. Based on the augmented reality technology of intelligent mobile terminal, the article integrates the digital resources of flower arranging art from the perspective of satisfying the user’s emotional needs, restore the art of flower arranging classic works, and enhance user interaction experience. Build an operable digital virtual flower arranging application system that transcends time and space, the combination of traditional flower arranging art and new media communication platform can form a three-dimensional digital “new ecosystem” for the dissemination and protection of intangible cultural heritage.


Intangible culture heritage Interactive experience Emotional needs New digital ecology 



The author would like to thank Beijing Forestry University for support. This research is supported by the Funded projects: Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (2016JX08).


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Beijing Forestry UniversityBeijingChina

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