Samuel Chabot – email@example.com
Jonathan Mathews – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jonas Braasch – email@example.com
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
110 8th St
Troy, NY, 12180
Popular version of 3aEA7 – Multi-user interactive systems for immersive virtual environments
Presented Wednesday morning, December 01, 2021
181st ASA Meeting
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By combining these technologies together, we can create a user experience within the room that encourages dynamic interaction with data. For example, delivering a presentation in this space, a process that typically consists of several file transfers and a lackluster visual experience, can now be performed with minimal setup, using the presenter’s own device, and with spatial audio when needed.
Control of lights and speakers can be done via a unified control system. Feedback from the sensor system allows display elements to be positioned relative to the user. Identified users can take ownership of specific elements on the display, and interact with the system concurrently, which makes group interactions and shared presentations far less cumbersome than with typical methods. The elements which make up the CRAIVE-Lab are not particularly novel, as far as contemporary immersive rooms are concerned. However, these elements intertwine into a network which provides functionality for the occupants that is far greater than the sum of its parts.