(57)風動四方 – 安平1634|Quartic Flow VR - Zeelandia 1634

(57)風動四方 – 安平1634|Quartic Flow VR - Zeelandia 1634

地點:臺灣大學 共同教學館教室
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「風動四方-安平1634」是台灣首次將文化藝術結合VR科技的「跨國多人即時VR互動體驗作品」。此作品藉由VR科技所創造的沉浸感,讓身處兩地的觀者進入西元1634年荷蘭人所建造的熱蘭遮城上方,共同聆聽在不同時空下,多位知名歌手透過大家耳熟能詳的「安平追想曲」,詮釋一段優美動人的安平古堡歷史故事。「風動四方-安平1634」將在台北的白晝之夜中,與法國巴黎的白晝之夜進行「同在/共創」的VR串連。台北的觀者可以透過此一作品,與位在巴黎的Khiasma藝術中心的觀者,共同在「安平追想曲」的動人旋律中,體驗在風中共創互動的快感。此作品除了使用沉浸式VR頭戴顯示器外,還整合多項最新科技與裝置,包含:體感攝影機、空拍機、網路連線、VR音效、風扇動力裝置等。其中的風扇動力裝置,實現了「以風傳遞聲音」的藝術概念,讓觀者可以逼真地感受到「風」的視覺、聽覺、與觸覺之整體回饋。

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計畫補助單位:
國立台灣美術館(2017科技融藝跨界創作補助計畫)
國立臺南藝術大學(藝術交陪:藝術行動列車計畫)
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 “Quartic Flow VR - Zeelandia 1634” attempts to integrate the cultural and artistic elements with the VR technology to create a transnational multi-person real-time VR experience. With the state-of-the-art VR technologies, this interactive work generates a sense of immersion for the audience in two different places to arrive together at the Zeelandia Fort built by Dutch in 1634, and listen to the familiar song of “Anping Reminiscence” expressed by a number of well-known singers, describing an enchanting historical love story. “Quartic Flow VR - Zeelandia 1634” will connect the Nuit Blanche in Taipei and in Paris with a multi-person “co-existing/co-creating” VR artwork. The audience in Taipei will experience the pleasure of co-existing and co-creating, in the music carried by the wind, with the audience at the Khiasma Art Center in Paris, together surrounded by the charming melody of “Anping Reminiscence”. In addition to using immersive VR head-mounted displays, this VR work also integrates a number of the latest technologies and devices, including: depth camera, drone, network connection, VR sound, and dynamic fan devices. The dynamic fan devices realize the artistic concept of “sound carried by wind”, and allow the participants to feel the compelling wind-blowing effect with the visual, auditory, and tactile feedback.

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此創作是由國立台南藝術大學研發長洪一平教授帶領國內外多個單位的成員所共同完成的。洪教授主持過多項與台北故宮、中國敦煌合作的數位藝術之創作,並與荷蘭恩荷芬科技大學設計學院陳玲鈴教授共同主持此次的跨界科技與藝術創作計畫。團隊成員來自荷蘭恩荷芬科技大學設計學院、台大網媒所、淡江大學電機系、法國巴黎高等美院數位中心等各單位。此作品結合荷蘭恩荷芬科技大學設計學院的設計思維、台大網媒所擅長的多媒體軟體工程的整合能力、淡江電機系電控系統的開發、法國高等美院數位中心視覺與聲音的設計與發想,讓此作品有獨特的技術規模,又有非常細膩的美學架構,是少數結合機動控制與多種感測技術之VR創作,也是臺灣首次將VR加入風的感知回饋與遠端連線同步的科技藝術作品。

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This VR artwork was conducted by Prof. Yi-Ping Hung, the R&D Dean of the National Tainan University of the Arts, who led the team composed of members from a number of different organizations in Taiwan and in Europe. Professor Hung has led the production of many interactive artworks, including those collaborated with the National Palace Museum and with the Dunhuang Academy, and currently co-chairing this multi-disciplinary collaboration with Professor Lin-Lin Chen from the School of Design at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. The technical team includes members from the School of Design at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia at National Taiwan University, the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tamkang University, the Digital Center of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Des Beaux-arts de Paris. This artwork covers an extensive technological scope, in addition to having a meticulously refined aesthetics framework, and has fused the conceptual design of the School of Design at Eindhoven University of Technology, the profound multimedia software skills of the Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia at the National Taiwan University, the electric control system developed by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Tamkang University, and the artistic design of the visual and the audio elements from the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts. It was one of the few VR productions resulting from the integration of locomotive control with multisensory technology. It was also Taiwan's first attempt to produce an art installation that combines VR technologies with perceptual wind-blowing feedback and synchronized remote connections.