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Construction of HMD-based Interactive Realistic Media Algorithm Using L-System

L-System을 이용한 HMD기반 인터렉티브 실감형 미디어 알고리즘 구축

  • Lim, Sang Guk (School of Culture Contents, Major in Virtual Reality Contents, Youngsan University)
  • Received : 2019.11.25
  • Accepted : 2019.12.10
  • Published : 2020.01.31

Abstract

5G-based HMD technology grew rapidly in the context of the environment change of convergence technology media and mobile networks in the fourth industrial era. It has also grown into a core technology that transforms our digital visual system. However, there is no research or system that can understand and verify radical visual system changes. Therefore, it is necessary to have an engineering understanding and verification of the diffusion of HMD media imaging devices. Beyond the distinction between virtual and real, research is urgently needed on the new three-dimensional interface of the 21st century through viewer participation. For this reason, research on the algorithm structure of interactive video media using L-System is an essential process and will be a guide to understanding the virtual reality interactive environment.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Youngsan University

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