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Title: 《資訊超載》- 互動影音裝置作品創作論述
Information Overload: Interactive Multimedia Installation Creative Discourse
Authors: 陳思惟
Sih, Wei Chen
Contributors: 陳聖智

Chen, Sheng-Chih
Liao, Chun-Feng

Sih, Wei Chen
Keywords: 互動設計
Interactive design
Multimedia installation
Digital content
Information explosion
Iformation overload
Date: 2019
Issue Date: 2019-02-12 15:57:36 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本創作以互動影像裝置作品來探討和詮釋資訊爆炸所引起資訊超載此當代社會現象,透過遊戲引擎Unity,製作3D多媒體影音動畫,營造資訊爆炸的視覺感,借此引起觀眾資訊超載的共鳴並融入當代互動科技,提供觀眾新穎的參展體驗。隨著科技日新月異,社群軟體日益盛行,手機、平板電腦等各式電子設備幾乎是人手一支,開啟社群網站,朋友發佈的各類文章、圖片、新聞,就已是非常大量的資訊,我們被每日被過多資訊轟炸,要將這些資訊全部閱讀和吸收,就需要耗費大量時間,因此如何分辦優質的新聞,過濾雜質資訊,提高時間和資訊管理效能,成為現代人的重要課題之一。我們並沒有因為更多的資訊而變的更有智慧,我們花更多時間在錯誤不正確或是沒有價值的資訊上,反而變的更沒有效率,情緒也因為過多資訊而變的不穩定進而影響人際關係。盼能透過本文,學習對資訊爆炸的對應技巧,能更有效率的過濾優劣新聞,培養自身的判斷力,維持身心平衡。
本創作方法以Unity和Arduino為主要創作媒材,完成本互動多媒體影像作品,創作者以縝密的思緒脈絡,依序完成互動模式設計、互動機制建構並結合Unity打造之 3D多媒體影音動畫,來探討資訊爆炸此社會議題,盼觀眾能與作品交流後,對此議題產生省思與共鳴,創作結果從評估訪談內容中,接收來自不同背景觀眾之多元觀點與建議,其中包含:各指導老師及口委、參展觀眾和身邊友人,作為互動機制導入和數位內容創作的意見調查,從中學習,融合更多面向的建議,建構更完整的互動體驗作品,並規劃未來展望和方向。
This work uses interactive video installations to explore and interpret information explosion which causes information overload as a contemporary social issue. This work uses game engine Unity to create 3D interactive animation audio and video to create a visual sense of information overload, thereby causing viewers to reach a consensus about information overload this social phenomenon. Incorporating contemporary interactive technology to provide audience a new exhibition experience.
With the rapid development of technology, social media is becoming more and more popular. Almost everyone has one mobile phones, tablet computers, or other electronic devices that can be used to access information on the Internet. Various articles, pictures, and news published by friend’s social media, it is already a very large amount of information. We are bombarded with too much information every day. It takes a lot of time to read and absorb all this information. So how to distinguish high-quality news, filter impurity information, improve time and information management efficiency has become one of the important topics of modern people.
We have not become more wisely because of more information. We spend more time on incorrect and worthless information which leads to inefficiency and emotional imbalance. Emotion unstable brings negative effect to our social relationship. I hope that this article will help reader to learn the corresponding skills of the information overload, and efficiently filter the good and bad news. Ultimately cultivate your own judgment and maintain the balance between body and mind.
This work uses Unity and Arduino as the main tools to complete the interactive multimedia video installation. Creator completed the interactive mode design, interactive mechanism construction and combine the 3D multimedia audio and video animation created by Unity base on a thoughtful thought thread to interpret information overload.
I hope audience can communicate with my work and resonate with this topic. Finally, we hope to receive multiple opinions and suggestions from different background audiences from the interview evaluation and provide a more complete interactive experience. Creator can also learn and grow from this experience and become the nutrition and strong motivation for next creation.
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