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Niveles de diseño narrativo, espacial y de interacción para el desarrollo de contenidos en el medio de la realidad virtual

  • 1. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
  • 2. Universidade Catolica Portuguesa. CITAR-UCP

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La evolución de la realidad virtual en las últimas décadas ha puesto el foco de atención en su capacidad para comunicar. Hoy en día, el potencial de este medio y sus características para la narración y la construcción de relatos interactivos se encuentra en pleno crecimiento, pudiendo ver una gran variedad de ejemplos de proyectos narrativos con características propias. El objetivo de este artículo es enunciar los tipos de contenido narrativo en realidad virtual que se están utilizando actualmente de manera genérica a partir de una revisión de la literatura y un análisis de algunos de los rasgos más significativos.

The evolution of Virtual Reality in the last decades has drawn attention to its ability to communicate. Nowadays, it’s potential and characteristics for narrative and the construction of interactive stories it’s growing, allowing us to see a great number of examples of narrative projects with their own characteristics. The purpose of this paper is to categorize generically the types of narrative content that are being used in virtual reality now through a literature review and the analysis of some of the most remarkable features.

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