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Virtual Reality, Art and Entertainment,Teleoperators and Virtual Environments,Joseph Bates

Virtual Reality, Art and Entertainment   (Citations: 128)
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Most existing research on virtual reality concerns issues close to theinterface, primarily how to present an underlying simulated world in aconvincing fashion. However, for virtual reality to achieve its promise as arich and popular artistic form, as have the novel, cinema, and television,we believe it will be necessary to explore well beyond the interface, to thoseissues of content and style that have made traditional media so powerful.We present a case for the importance of this...
Journal: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments - Presence , vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 133-138, 1992
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    • ...Nowadays, due to the development of Internet technology, there has been a trend to use websites to showcase a company’s product catalogs [3][4][10][11][13]...

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    • ...There have been a number of drama management systems including search-based drama management (SBDM) which was first proposed by Bates in 1992 [4] and developed by Weyhrauch in 1997 [43]...

    Anne Sullivanet al. Rules of engagement: moving beyond combat-based quests

    • ...Although a broad range of computational models of narrative have been investigated, a common metaphor is the notion of a director agent or drama manager [3][22] working behind the scenes to direct a cast of believable characters and storyworld events to build coherent narrative structures while integrating the user’s interactions in real time...
    • ...Director agents for interactive narrative planning craft global story arcs utilizing a set of plot points [3] representing a partial order of significant story events and a set of director actions that reconfigure the storyworld in an effort to guide users through an intended narrative...
    • ...Figure 2 depicts a plot graph [3] of this CRYSTAL ISLAND episode...

    Seung Y. Leeet al. Investigating director agents' decision making in interactive narrativ...

    • ...Improvisational Theatre (Improv) is a current object of study for Interactive Storytelling research [1], [8], [23], [5], [6],[11], [16] where this mechanism is also present...
    • ...In early approaches based on optimal searches over directed acyclic graphs (DAG) [5], [24] each story state corresponded to fixed plot points associated with predefined values given by the author...

    António Brissonet al. Something's Gotta Give - Towards Distributed Autonomous Story Appraisa...

    • ...In search-based approaches, the drama manager operates over a set of plot points with pre- and postconditions [12,13,4,14]...

    Mei Siet al. Directorial Control in a Decision-Theoretic Framework for Interactive ...

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