EAI Endorsed Transactions on Creative Technologies 17(10): e1

Research Article

Emotional interactive movie: adjusting the scenario according to the emotional response of the viewer

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  • @ARTICLE{10.4108/eai.4-9-2017.153053,
        author={Romain Cohendet and Matthieu Perreira Da Silva and Anne-Laure Gilet and Patrick Le Callet},
        title={Emotional interactive movie: adjusting the scenario according to the emotional response of the viewer},
        journal={EAI Endorsed Transactions on Creative Technologies},
        volume={17},
        number={10},
        publisher={EAI},
        journal_a={CT},
        year={2017},
        month={9},
        keywords={},
        doi={10.4108/eai.4-9-2017.153053}
    }
    
  • Romain Cohendet
    Matthieu Perreira Da Silva
    Anne-Laure Gilet
    Patrick Le Callet
    Year: 2017
    Emotional interactive movie: adjusting the scenario according to the emotional response of the viewer
    CT
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.4-9-2017.153053
Romain Cohendet1,*, Matthieu Perreira Da Silva1, Anne-Laure Gilet2, Patrick Le Callet1
  • 1: IRCCyN, UMR 6597, University of Nantes, France
  • 2: LPPL, EA 4638, University of Nantes, France
*Contact email: omain.cohendet@univ-nantes.fr

Abstract

Emotional interactive movie is a kind of film unfolding in different ways according to the emotion the viewer experiences. The movie is made of several sequences; their combination determines the particular scenario experienced. In this paper, we describe the system and its implementation by providing combination selection criteria. We measured neurophysiological and ocular activities of 60 individuals viewing an experimental interactive short-movie composed of 12 different scenarios. For this purpose, we combined an electroencephalography headset which directly provides emotional data with an eye-tracker in order to simultaneously investigate the position of viewer’s gaze. From the collected data analysis, we propose a functional version of the emotional interactive movie, which was used in a so called “emotional cinema” during public exhibitions.