VibeShare is a set of experimental interactive technologies for XR live entertainment that shares “non-verbal emotions between performer and viewer” that were difficult to convey through conventional live streaming.
VibeShare many functions to enhance the relationship between performer and audiences.
Base module for non-verbal low-latency privacy-free live communications. QR code brings various users into real interactive OBS-based live streaming. The system can be used together with various platforms: YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch, Zoom, Virtual Cast, and Mozilla Hubs.
Design audience reactions with animation behavior of emojis. The price and effect logic is also customizable.
Improve your live performance according to evidence. Powerful logger and event tracker visualize the session. Audience privacy is guaranteed.
Make your program more dynamic and interactive. Live graph visualizer and tagging involve the audience in the program.
Give haptic sense and “6th sense” to virtual beings.
Haptic, sound, illumination LED, and projection mapping share audiences’ passion with the performer
“Future Signboard” eliminates the delay of broadcasting platforms, syncing audiences’ applause and reactions with the performer’s timeline.
Game system enhances the unified experience with the player and audience and strengthens the bond between them.
Bring current ecosystem into hybrid live performance. Design your original gifting system and various animating virtual gifts to entertain payment.
Enriches the archived content by sharing audiences’ emotions beyond real-time.
We created and demonstrated several specific applications in events, conferences, lectures, and facilities.
The detail is here: Page link to Demo (written in Japanese)
- 山崎勇祐, 白井暁彦, 「VibeShare: Vote ～オンラインでの出演者と観客の非言語コミュニケーションの実現～」, 映像表現・芸術科学フォーラム2021（Expressive Japan 2021), [Abstract], [Slides], [SlideShare] (2021/3/8)
- 白井暁彦, 「Virtual Cast と Hapbeat を使った国際双方向アバター触覚ライブの開発」, グリー技術書典部誌2020年春号
- 山崎勇祐, 白井暁彦, 「首の触知覚を用いたナビゲーションシステムの提案」, 第24回日本バーチャルリアリティ学会大会論文集, 2019-9-11 [PDF]
- Yusuke Yamazaki, Shoichi Hasegawa, Hironori Mitake, and Akihiko Shirai. 2019. Neck strap haptics: an algorithm for non-visible VR information using haptic perception on the neck. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2019 Posters (SIGGRAPH ’19). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, Article 60, 1–2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3306214.3338562
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