Towards Object-oriented Storytelling via 1st and 3rd Person Perspectives

Bo Han Chen, Sai-Keung Wong, Chien Yao Huang

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Joint media engagement (JME) provides digital interaction and becomes a convenient tool for collaborative storytelling. However, the person perspectives, reusability, and modifiability of the story contents are rarely discussed; also parents may lack the skills of professional story-making. Therefore, we propose an object-oriented three-dimensional (3D) storytelling system, which provides an interactive educational media space for parent-child storytelling. The system supports manipulating reusable character objects and narrating stories from the 1st and 3rd person perspectives in an intuitive manner. Parents can create stories freely based on the background of famous fairy tales and incorporate family education. Our goal is to create a storytelling system for educational entertainment that is fun and conducive to free expression and creativity.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationExtended Abstracts of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Number of pages6
StatePublished - Apr 2022


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