Three Angry Men: An augmented-reality experiment in point-of-view drama Conference Proceeding uri icon

Overview

abstract

  • “Three Angry Men” is an augmented reality experience, in which the user becomes a character in a radically abridged version of the play “Twelve Angry Men.” The other characters in this experience appear to the user as texture-mapped video mixed with the physical surroundings. At any time, the user may change seats to occupy a different character’s point of view and experience a different interpretation of the play. “Three Angry Men” suggests that augmented reality can be used in a new class of entertainment and informal education applications.

publication date

  • January 1, 2003

Full Author List

  • MacIntyre B; Bolter JD; Vaughn J; Hannigan B; Gandy M; Moreno E; Haas M; Kang S-H; Krum D; Voida S

Additional Document Info

start page

  • 337

end page

  • 345