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Interactive viewpoint-space navigation for visual-audio exhibition of painting

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Interactive viewpoint-space navigation for visual-audio exhibition of painting
In this paper, we present a system for exhibiting a Chinese landscape painting about 900 years old. There are three parts in our system: (1) we allocate a voice dubbing or background music, which is treated as a point sound source, onto the 2D painting and obtain its position in the 2D space. All of the audio data are then located in a 3D hidden space, by projecting their 2D positions to the 3D space through a projection model. (2) A two-layer directed graph structure is proposed to well organize the audio data in a 4D space (with 1D temporal and 3D spatial). (3) The exhibition is defined as an active exploration in a viewpoint space, which faces both the image and the 3D world where the sound sources reside. The 3D space and the two-layer graph structure generate a natural and meaningful stereo audio field. Meanwhile, compared to videos with guided walk through, the active exploration makes the exhibition more attractive. Keywords-- Painting exhibition, viewpoint space, graph structu...
Wei Ma, Yang Liu, Yizhou Wang, Yingqing Xu, Hongbi
Added 04 Mar 2011
Updated 04 Mar 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICMCS
Authors Wei Ma, Yang Liu, Yizhou Wang, Yingqing Xu, Hongbin Zha, Wen Gao
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