Toward Haptic Cinematography: Enhancing Movie Experience with Haptic Effects based on Cinematographic Camera Motions

Fabien Danieau 1, 2 Julien Fleureau 1 Philippe Guillotel 1 Nicolas Mollet 1 Marc Christie 3 Anatole Lécuyer 2
2 Hybrid - 3D interaction with virtual environments using body and mind
Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique , IRISA-D6 - MEDIA ET INTERACTIONS
3 MIMETIC - Analysis-Synthesis Approach for Virtual Human Simulation
IRISA-D6 - MEDIA ET INTERACTIONS, Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique , UR2 - Université de Rennes 2
Abstract : Haptics, the technology which brings tactile or force-feedback to users, has a great potential for enhancing movies and could lead to new immersive experiences. In this paper we introduce \textit{Haptic Cinematography} which presents haptics as a new component of the filmmaker's toolkit. We propose a taxonomy of haptic effects and we introduce novel effects coupled with classical cinematographic motions to enhance video viewing experience. More precisely we propose two models to render haptic effects based on camera motions: the first model makes the audience feel the motion of the camera and the second provides haptic metaphors related to the semantics of the camera effect. Results from a user study suggest that these new effects improve the quality of experience. Filmmakers may use this new way of creating haptic effects to propose new immersive audiovisual experiences.
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Fabien Danieau, Julien Fleureau, Philippe Guillotel, Nicolas Mollet, Marc Christie, et al.. Toward Haptic Cinematography: Enhancing Movie Experience with Haptic Effects based on Cinematographic Camera Motions. IEEE MultiMedia, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2014. ⟨hal-00918074⟩

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