Flying Cities: building a 3D world from vocal input

Bruno Herbelin, Sebastien Lasserre, Jan Ciger

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    Abstract

    Flying Cities is an artistic installation which generates imaginary cities from the speech of its visitors. Thanks to an original interactive process analyzing people's vocal input to create 3D graphics, a tangible correspondence between speech and visuals opens new possibilities of interaction. This cross-modal interaction not only supports our artistic messages, but also aims at providing anyone with a pleasant and stimulating feedback from her/his speech activity. As the feedback we have received when presenting Flying Cities was very positive, our objective is now to cross the bridge between art and a potential application. We believe that it could become a new medium for creativity, and a way to visually perceive a vocal performance in the context of the rehabilitation of people with reduced mobility or language impairments.

    Original languageEnglish
    JournalDigital Creativity
    Volume19
    Issue number1
    Pages (from-to)62-72
    ISSN1462-6268
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Keywords

    • Speech processing
    • artificial reality
    • cross-modal interaction
    • rehabilitation
    • interactive art

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    Anthony Lewis Brooks (Editor)

    1 Jan 200931 Dec 2009

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