An interactive classical VR concert featuring multiple views
PubDate: December 2018
Teams: University of Applied Sciences
Writers: Michael Droste；Julien Letellier；Jürgen Sieck
Advances in technologies such as virtual reality enable innovative concepts to impart knowledge on and open access to classical music for laymen. This paper describes a novel approach for an interactive classical concert experience that allows the user to chose between multiple viewpoints during playback. Some of these viewpoints feature perspectives that are not available during a normal concert, making the application an interesting experience for tourists and new visitors as well as regulars.