Evaluating the effectiveness of real time image filtering in multi-platform live broadcasting and interactive VR installations as means for artistic expression

There are several platforms that allow users to share real time video with the public. However, these platforms lack the tools that would allow creative professionals to create artistic video compositions extemporaneously. Our prior research assessed the potential for artistic expression within live video broadcasting by developing and integrating new creative tools within the Generate platform, a mobile tool for dynamic artistic video compositions. Behavioral analysis provided the information to determine the effectiveness and relevance of video art in an online real time nature. This research proposal will focus on two areas of investigation: (1) multi-platform live broadcasting and (2) interactive VR installations.

Ruo Jin (John) Yan
Macy Yue
Ronald Ho
Becky Wu
Faculty Supervisor: 
David Fracchia
British Columbia
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