Telling Stories through Space:The Mindstage Project
Nitsche, M. and Richens, P., 2006. Telling Stories through Space:The Mindstage Project. In: Goebel, S., Malkewitz, R. and Iurgel, I., eds. Technologies for interactive storytelling and entertainment (TIDSE 2006). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 61-71. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; 4326)
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Mindstage is a real-time multi-user 3D virtual environment used to explore the relationships between a linear story and the virtual world in which it unfolds. The prototype uses as its narrative spine an illustrated lecture on film design by Christopher Hobbs. It provides a stage for interaction featuring a customized 3D environment based on this material, with the necessary actors and objects in it. The main design issues were mapping the linear talk onto the virtual space, and the implementation of various interactive features within it. We argue that a careful use of spatial design supports a degree of non-linear story-telling without compromising the core linear content.
|Item Type||Book Sections|
|Creators||Nitsche, M.and Richens, P.|
|Editors||Goebel, S., Malkewitz, R. and Iurgel, I.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Architecture & Civil Engineering|
|Additional Information||LNCS Vol. 4326|
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