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id caadria2015_170
authors Chen, Yu Chen and Chao-Ming Wang
year 2015
title The Research of Human-Computer Interaction by Combining Affective Computing into Chinese Calligraphy Art
source Emerging Experience in Past, Present and Future of Digital Architecture, Proceedings of the 20th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2015) / Daegu 20-22 May 2015, pp. 55-64
summary Calligraphy is one of the important cultures in Chinese world. The rich strokes, structures and forms make the Chinese calligraphy an art. As the writing script is closely correlated to the emotions of the writer, a lot of scholars explore the correlation between the Chinese calligraphy lines and affect from the perspectives of psychology and art. In this study, it introduces the affective-computing technology and combines the digital media from the perspective of Chinese calligraphy and emotions, to develop an interactive calligraphy-art device. It re-interprets the Chinese calligraphy art with the digital tool and installs the pulse sensor and pressure sensor in the Chinese pen brush, so as to detect the userís pulse and writing power. Moreover, it converts the physiological signals into affect and provides visual feedback in real time, which includes the changes and motions of the Chinese calligraphy lines. The study proposes contacting the traditional Chinese calligraphy with a new human-computer interaction mode. With the visual feedback effect during the interaction, it allows the user to know the close correlation between the Chinese calligraphy and the emotions. Through the work, the Chinese calligraphy art can be carried forward.
keywords Chinese Calligraphy Art; Human-Computer Interaction; Affective Computing.
series CAADRIA
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