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JD-II, No. Digital technology The interactive movie is a new medium that is created and computer graphics give us a surrealistic world, that by combining new trends in movies, communications, and is, a cyberspace, which is not included in conventional games. The interactive movie creates a cyberspace that is movies [2, 3]. On the other hand, video games, especially full of presence using CG and 3D vision, and gives us the role-playing games RPGs , make it possible for a player sensation that we are actually in the space and playing the to enjoy a story, to be a hero in the cyberspace, and to game. In that space, we can experience a story when we control the character of the hero. The reason that RPGs interact with characters in the movie. This paper describes have been adopted enthusiastically among children is the basic concept, system configuration, and an example of that it gives us a new function of storytelling in cyber- interactive movie story.
By connecting sub-systems to 3 different inputs, outputs, activation controls and power sources, players can create their own systems. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cyberspace Cyberspace rulebook cover. Future Publishing Retrieved from " https: Cyberpunk role-playing games Iron Crown Enterprises games Role-playing games introduced in Role-playing game stubs.
Hidden categories: Pages using deprecated image syntax All stub articles. More than that, we often find The 3D movie is projected on an arch-type screen. This The viewers will be immersed in an interactive movie world is because we find believability not only in appearance but with a 3D environment with full presence. We must generate 2 Natural interactions humanlike characters in this sense.
Using voice recognition and action recognition func- 2 Autonomous character versus animation tions, more natural interactions are realized through natural There are two methods for preparing the CG charac- voice and actions. Furthermore, we intend to realize com- ter response pattern and action sequences: preparation of all munications through emotion.
This point can be avoided with ters to date. Therefore, we take an approach based on autonomy in the CG character, but in this case, the nature animation generation by an animator and add autonomous of the animation will be degraded. So we provide for more characters little by little. A CG artist, one of the authors of this paper, 3. The following points are important for interaction between characters and humans. Software configuration 1 Multimodal interaction Communications between humans are done via mul- The configuration of the software is shown in Fig.
For example, face-to-face communica- 1 Script manager tions are done with facial expression and gestures in A script manager generates an interactive scenario addition to voice communications. Therefore, it is prefer- from the manuscript and scenario written by a storywriter able to not use a single modality such as action or voice, but and controls all of the storytelling of the interactive story. This will add more natural interaction, transition diagrams between scenes. Each scene consists of and more profound level of immersion and emotional feel- several shots and state diagrams between shots Fig.
The ings to a story.
The nonverbal information includes manager. Interaction of emotion and sensitivity information The descriptions of each scene are stored in a data- plays a very important factor in our communications.
We base. The scene manager references scene description data have been studying a character which can recognize emo- specified from the script manager and generates each scene.
Scene data format.
A character is generated by CG. Based on informa- tion c , when it is time to start, the scene manager sends a Fig. Software configuration of the interactive movie command to the image handler and starts to animate the system. When it is time to start to narrate, the scene manager sends a command to the sound handler, and out- puts scenario corresponding to the scene.
When there are several characters, this operation is done for each character. An example scene description is shown in Fig.
This is Furthermore, for an interaction time, a command is sent to composed of the following elements. The result of interaction is re- start time ceived from the interaction manager, is sent to the script b Effective sound and its output time manager, and is used for generation of the next scene. The c Character animation and its start time. Speech time sequence of the scene manager is shown in Fig.
The interactions are based on voice recognition, and real image. When a scene starts, the scene manager emotion recognition, and gesture recognition functions.
Scene and shot transition. Processing time sequence of scene manager. It receives the results of recognition. The results are com- d Image handler bined to generate the final interaction results and they are The image handler controls such image outputs as sent to the scene manager.
Since the combination of the background scene and character animation. An example of The sound handler controls such sound and voice the proposed method is shown in Section 5. Hardware structure control of scene manager and interaction manager. We have prepared the following handlers. The hardware structure is shown in Fig. It consists a Voice recognition handler of the image output subsystem, voice and emotion recogni- The voice recognition handler controls voice recog- tion subsystem, gesture recognition subsystem, and sound nition functions.
The voice recognition is operated by soft- output subsystem. It includes nonrestricted per- A high-speed WS Onyx Infinite Reality is used for sons and continuous voice recognition functions. In this WS, these software are b Emotion recognition handler implemented: script manager, scene manager, interaction The emotion recognition handler controls the recog- manager, and image handler. The images of the characters nition of emotion included in the voice. The emotion rec- are stored in advance as CG animation data, and they are ognition handler is software  developed for a generated in real time.
The background CG images are also computer-generated character which responds to emotion. A part of the background image is a real image, network. There are eight recognizable emotions: joy, anger, and these images are stored in a peripheral LD. These surprise, sadness, contempt, teasing, fear, and normal. Each neural network learns each emotion using the Onyx. To be able to immerse participants in the c Gesture recognition handler world of interactive movies with surrounded images, an The gesture recognition handler controls the recog- arch screen was used.
Two image data, for the right and left nition of motion.
The recognition of motion is performed eyes, were generated in advance in the WS. The Pfinder extracts a silhouette of a person from an image taken from Fig.
Hardware configuration of the interactive movie Fig. Processing time sequence of interaction manager. An Example of an Interactive Story Structure We have constructed an interactive story based on the considerations and system configurations described above.
The reasons are as follows. Furthermore, to strengthen entertainment in cyber- space, we have changed the characters: a tortoise to a rabbit, a princess to the Muse, and the palace of the Dragon King to an electrical pheromone. Figure 8 shows a flowchart of the story development. Since it is an interactive story, there are some branch points at which storytelling branches are based on the interaction.
The following are branch points. The projectors and the arch screen. Branch point 1 Whether the tortoise which is ill- treated by a child should be saved or not. Branch point 2 Which entertainment should be selected in the palace of the Dragon King? King or not.
The voice recognition handler and emo- In our preliminary experiment, we have checked the modal- tion recognition handler are implemented in the WS. Andrew Christensen. Ted Dinwiddie. Cheryl Kief. Eileen Smith. Kevin Williams. Guild Companion Publications.
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