Abstract: TouchPlanVS Lite –
A Tablet-based Tangible Multitouch Planning System for Virtual TV Studio Productions
Constantin Brosda, Jeff Daemen, Sascha Djuderija, Stephan Joeres, Oleg Langer, Andre Schweitzer, Andreas Wilhelm, and Jens Herder. TouchPlanVS Lite –
A Tablet-based Tangible Multitouch Planning System for Virtual TV Studio Productions, The Joint International Conference on Human-Centered Computer Environments, Hamamatsu/Aizu-Wakamatsu/Duesseldorf, March, 2012.
This paper presents a mobile approach of integrating tangible user feedback in today’s virtual TV studio productions. We describe a tangible multitouch planning system, enabling a single user to pre- pare and customize scene flow and settings. Users can view and interact with virtual objects by using a tangible user interface on a capacitive multitouch surface. In a 2D setting created TV scenes are simultaneously rendered as separate view using a production/target renderer in 3D. Thereby the user experiences a closer reproduction of a final production and set assets can be reused. Subsequently, a user can arrange scenes on a timeline while maintaining different versions/sequences. The system consists of a tablet and a workstation, which does all application processing and rendering. The tablet is just an interface connected via wireless LAN.
virtual studio, planning tools, tangibles, capacitive touch screens, application streaming
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