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A study on Interactive-type Exhibition Using Fractal Images
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A study on Interactive-type Exhibition Using Fractal Images
Lim, Mi-Jeong; Cho, Hyong-Je; Choi, Gyoo-Seok;
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Recent exhibition`s paradigm is changing from the existing unidirectional oriented exhibition form to a form of interactive hands-on exhibits that viewers can get and realistically feel a variety of information. Hands-on exhibit embodies the human interface by utilizing light, sound, pressure, etc. in time and space. In this paper, we have studied the creation of fractal image by the Mandelbrot technique and proposed the interaction method for it to be converted into a variety of forms. By using the proposed method, a variety of image transformation such as printmaking effect, sketch effect, Pop Art effect can be performed, according to clicking a certain fraction on the created fractal image screen by a user mouse. Interactive image generated in this study are expected to be used for trade shows, promotional products, media art design.
Interactive;Participatory exhibit;Fractal images;Images filtering;
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