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"Neon" digipainting: modeling electronic arts and ubiquitous computing in a virtual environment

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1 Author(s)
Ala-Siuru, P. ; Art Dept., San Francisco State Univ., CA, USA

In this paper we introduce a system prototype in which traditional human-computer interface is hidden inside electronic art pieces in the home environment. In this prototype an electronic art piece acts as a communication device as well as an artistic artefact. The proposed environment consists of: (1) a piece ' of electronic art which is a so called digipainting "Neon" and (2) mobile artefacts such as intelligent clothing, intelligent badges, i-buttons, mobile phones, PDAs and toys. We also introduce how the whole system is modelled first in a virtual environment. The virtual environment system will also handle different kind of sensors in real-time

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Virtual Systems and Multimedia, 2001. Proceedings. Seventh International Conference on

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2001