A Study on Interactive Artwork as an Aesthetic Object Using Computer Vision System
With the recent rapid rise of Human-Computer Interaction and surveillance system, various application systems are a matter of primary concern. However, the application systems mostly deal with the technologies of recognition facial characteristics, analyzing facial expression and automatic face recognition. By applying this kind of various technologies and methods of face recognition, I made an interactive artwork after computing the range of hands. This study is about the artwork application theory and using computer vision system method. The approach of this study makes possible to create artworks application in real-time. Now, I’d like to propose how to utilize analyze and make interactions, of created artworks. And also I’ll explain the immersion of the viewers. The viewers can express their imagination freely and artists provide viewers an opportunity not to only enjoy visual experience, but also interact and be immersed in the works via interface. This interactive art makes viewers to actually take part in the works.
Keywordsaesthetic object artistic desire interactive art art and science
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