Application Research of Virtual Reality Technology in the Protection of Chongqing Celebrities’ Former Dwellings during the Second Sino-Japanese War
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He Yuan, Yuan Hong, Long Bin, Peng Lili, Xu Xiaoyu
At present, the protection of Chongqing Celebrities’ Former Dwellings during the Second Sino-Japanese War is mainly based on the restoration of buildings. There are some problems such as single protection method and lack of protection of architectural space environment. In order to make the Chongqing Celebrities’ Former Dwellings fully present their historical environment during the Second Sino-Japanese War, this paper creatively applied virtual reality technology to the protection of them. The study takes Soong Tse-ven’s Residence (Yi Yuan) as the object, based on detailed information data and historical data, using virtual reality technology and 3D real-life technology, through the “visitor guide” and “architectural protection guide” two design practice samples, to realize the all-round interactive display of the virtual environment and the real environment inside and outside the building, and achieve the purpose of “virtual restoration” of the building space and the indoor and outdoor environment. This paper explores a new method for digital protection of Chongqing's anti-Japanese celebrities' old residences, and explores a feasible path for the protection of historical buildings across multiple fields of architecture, art and technology. Taking the case of Soong Tse-ven’s Residence (Yi Yuan) as the “catalyst”, it promotes the dissemination of chongqing's Anti-Japanese War culture by improving the degree of visitors' participation and experience, which has strong academic and practical significance.
Chongqing Celebrities’ Former Dwellings, Virtual Reality Technology, Virtual Restoration, Virtual context interaction