Frames to Zones: Applying Mise-en-Scene Techniques in Cinematic Virtual Reality

Adam Kvisgaard, Sune Øllgaard Klem, Thomas Lund Nielsen, Eoin Ivan Rafferty, Niels Christian Nilsson, Emil Rosenlund Høeg, Rolf Nordahl

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Virtual reality (VR) is becoming increasingly commonplace and consumers, among other things, use the technology to access cinematic VR experiences. However, cinematic VR limits filmmakers’
ability to effectively guide the audience’s attention. This paper describes a between-groups study (n=60) exploring the use of a zone-division system to incorporate mise-en-scene in VR to guide `
attention. Participants were exposed to a cinematic VR experience including five points of interest (POIs). Half of the participants experienced a version containing visual cues arranged in the scene
based on the zone-division system and the other half experienced no such guidance. The effectiveness of the intervention was assessed by measuring the angle between users’ head orientation and the relevant POIs. Additionally, a questionnaire was used to determine whether the participants recalled the POIs. The results showed that participants exposed to additional visual cues orientated themselves significantly closer to the POIs than those in the other condition. However the questionnaire showed no significant differences between conditions
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality
ForlagIEEE
Publikationsdato2019
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2019
Begivenhed2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality - Osaka, Japan
Varighed: 23 mar. 201923 mar. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 5th

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Workshop2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality
Nummer5th
LandJapan
ByOsaka
Periode23/03/201923/03/2019

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Kvisgaard, Adam ; Klem, Sune Øllgaard ; Nielsen, Thomas Lund ; Rafferty, Eoin Ivan ; Nilsson, Niels Christian ; Høeg, Emil Rosenlund ; Nordahl, Rolf. / Frames to Zones: Applying Mise-en-Scene Techniques in Cinematic Virtual Reality. 2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality. IEEE, 2019.
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2019 IEEE 5th Workshop on Everyday Virtual Reality. IEEE, 2019.

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