A Multi-User Natural Language Interface for Interactive Storytelling in TV and Cinema PDF Print E-mail

 

Interactive narratives designed for television and cinema demands new interaction mechanisms. In the TV context, thousands of viewers sharing the same narrative at different places must have the opportunity to interact with ongoing stories. The same requisite is valid for cinema, where the whole audience in the theater must have the opportunity to interact. This paper presents a multi-user natural language interface for interactive storytelling applications designed for TV and cinema. The proposed system combines the use of mobile devices with natural language to allow users to freely interact with virtual characters by text or speech.



Paper A Multi-User Natural Language Interface for Interactive Storytelling in TV and Cinema
(XI Brazilian Symposium on Games and Digital Entertainment - SBGames 2012)

Interactive TV and Cinema

 

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