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Camera Motion Control from a Java 3D Environment: Virtual Studio Application in Decorative Arts Museum Collections

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5 Author(s)
Bernardo Uribe Mendoza ; Inst. de Investigaciones Esteticas, Univ. Nat. de Colombia ; German Andres Ramos ; Luis Miguel Mendez ; William Santamaria
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The paper presents an implementation of virtual studio visualization tools in the decorative arts museum collections. Live DV video 2D images are embedded in a Java 3D environment (a 3D canvass). The virtual studio implemented includes navigation control of the real camera with a robot support controlled with a joystick. Navigation within the Java 3D virtual environment includes the real camera motion control and the video output. The real object is chroma-keyed and embedded in a virtual setting. Future steps of the work include: 1) development of complementary 3D content and specific navigation tools for the decorative arts collections exhibits. Implementation with the museum public in general and experimentation with the museum research community; and 2) the virtual studio implementation as part of a larger 3 folded display world: a "theatre of memory" applied to virtualized museum collections exhibits

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Cyberworlds, 2006. CW '06. International Conference on

Date of Conference:

Nov. 2006