The Holohelmet is a head-mounted projector display that provides view-dependent images capable of immersing the wearer in a virtual 3D environment. The helmet uses innovative camera-based head tracking, provides dynamic binaural soundscapes together with generative audio and implements natural hands-free interaction using a Kinect sensor. This project emerged as an alternative implementation of camera tracking and calibration software developed by the 3D Content team at ProductionMagic in BBC R&D. The Holohelmet is a head-mounted projector display that provides view-dependent images capable of immersing the wearer in a virtual 3D environment.
In this demo the viewer is immersed into a re-staged scene from Lucasart's classic point-and-click adventure Full Throttle (1995), in which the player has to retrieve fuel from the tower without being caught by the guards. Music, some sound effects and concept (c) Lucasarts 1995. All other material designed and implemented by Christian Heinrichs using Blender and PureData. The Holohelmet is a BBC R&D research project developed in collaboration with the Media and Arts Technology programme at Queen Mary University of London.
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