The Advances in Computer Entertainment 2005 Conference addressed the advanced research and developments related to computer entertainment. The ACE series of conferences have become a leading forum for academic computer entertainment research. The paper presented by Hasegawa et.al. describes a novel, human-scale, haptic interface that reacts to the user's motion in a real-time physical manner, and makes a strong entertainment application. The paper by Minomo et.al. discusses a novel system for transforming shadows on a floor into colorful visual media. A major theme of the keynote talks included creativity and computer entertainment and the cultivation of creative talent. The conference also featured a discussion of computer-generated imagery and digital entertainment as presenting a new medium for communicating stories and experiences.
|Computers in Entertainment
|Published - 11 Aug 2006
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Science Applications