Procedural animations in interactive art experiences – A state of the art review

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PubDate: May 2021

Teams: University of Ottawa

Writers: C. Tollola

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Abstract

The state of the art review broadly oversees the use of novel research utilized in the creation of virtual environments applied in interactive art experiences, with a specific focus on the application of procedural animation in spatially augmented reality (SAR) exhibitions. These art exhibitions frequently combine sensory displays that appeal, replace, and augment the visual, auditory and touch or haptic senses. We analyze and break down art-technology related innovations in the last three years, and thoroughly identify the most recent and vibrant applications of interactive art experiences in the review of numerous installation applications, studies, and events. Display mediums such as virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality, and robotics are overviewed in the context of art experiences such as visual art museums, park or historic site tours, live concerts, and theatre. We explore research and extrapolate how recent innovations can lead to different applications that will be seen in the future.

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