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JBE, vol. 27, no. 5, pp.654-664, September, 2022
A Study on Immersive Content Production and Storytelling Methods using Photogrammetry and Artificial Intelligence Technology
Jungho Kim, JinWan Park, and Taekyung Yoo
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Immersive content overcomes spatial limitations through convergence with extended reality, artificial intelligence, and photogrammetry technology along with interest due to the COVID-19 pandemic, presenting a new paradigm in the content market such as entertainment, media, performances, and exhibitions. However, it can be seen that in order for realistic content to have sustained public interest, it is necessary to study storytelling method that can increase immersion in content rather than technological freshness. Therefore, in this study, we propose a immersive content storytelling method using artificial intelligence and photogrammetry technology. The proposed storytelling method is to create a content story through interaction between interactive virtual beings and participants. In this way, participation can increase content immersion. This study is expected to help content creators in the accelerating immersive content market with a storytelling methodology through virtual existence that utilizes artificial intelligence technology proposed to content creators to help in efficient content creation. In addition, I think that it will contribute to the establishment of a immersive content production pipeline using artificial intelligence and photogrammetry technology in content production.
Keyword: Immersive Contents, Photogrammetry, Artificial Intelligene, Virtual Beings, eXtented Reality
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