A collaborative virtual world application to the hyper-interaction platform

Chun Hong Huang, Chao Kang Feng, Hui Huang Hsu, Nick C. Tang, Timothy K. Shih

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We present a hyper-interaction platform which integrates several techniques, including motion tracking, motion recognition, a motion reaction control mechanism, and a high precision 3-D model of the International Space Station. The goal is to build an interaction platform for trainers to navigate in a virtual reality. The platform can be applied to customized mission training. The system integrated visualization environment, underlying 3-D model, and a human body tracking mechanism. The tracking system will be extended to 3-D coordination reconstruction; thus, behaviors of users can be identified on the basis of Back-propagation Neural Networks. These navigation parameters are used in controlling navigation in the 3-D virtual environment which is constructed of VRML. Another important issue of this system is to define a model for motion reaction. The definition of reaction can be applied to avatars or to the virtual environment. These integrated technologies can also be used in other virtual reality environments.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)493-503
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of Internet Technology
Issue number4
StatePublished - Oct 2007


  • Hyper-interaction platform
  • Motion reaction
  • Neural networks
  • Virtual reality


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