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JBE, vol. 23, no. 1, pp.11-18, January, 2018


Recent Advances in Virtual and Augmented Reality for Broadcast Production: Focused on In-depth Interviews

Deokwoo Lee and Jounghuem Kwon

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In these days, technologies of virtual reality (VR) and of augmented reality (AR) have applied to diverse areas such as medicine, defense, education that are closely related to real-life practice. In contrast to the previous applications of game or sports, the technologies of VR and AR tends to expand the areas of applications according to development of the imaging or video techniques. This paper introduces VR and AR techniques and some examples of applications. In addition, this paper introduces how the differences between VR and AR technologies affect to the applications of broadcasting systems. In the last, this paper introduces the results of interviews about suitability and future feasibility of VR and AR techniques for broadcasting systems from korean broadcasting companies

Keyword: Virtual reality, Augmented reality, Broadcasting technology, Broadcasting systems

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