By Fay Huang, Reen-Cheng Wang
This e-book constitutes the completely refereed post-conference lawsuits of the 1st overseas convention on Arts and know-how, ArtsIT 2009, which used to be held in September 2009 in Yi-Lan, Taiwan. The 33 revised complete papers offered have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from approximately 50 submissions. those papers hide a variety of themes equivalent to New Media applied sciences (tracking sensors, wearable desktops, combined reality), software program paintings (Image processing or special effects thoughts that create arts, together with algorithmic artwork, mathematic artwork, complex modeling and rendering), Animation innovations (2D or 3D desktop animations, AI-based animations), Multimedia (Integration of other media, similar to digital truth structures, audio, appearing arts) in addition to Interactive tools (Vision-based monitoring and popularity, interactive art).
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