This work draws inspiration from Hakka mythology and culture. It presents hypotheses regarding the future globalization of the Earth, promotes the vision of achieving prosperity among diverse ethnic groups and carries on the Hakka spirit. To enhance the experience, the work integrates various technologies such as AR, VR, emotion recognition, blockchain technology, motion capture and dance. By utilizing these technologies, it aims to create a unique and immersive experience for its audience.
Yen-Jung Chang (TW)
Chang teaches at National Taiwan Normal University. He attended the Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Film and Animation in the United States. After earning his PhD, he worked as an animator in Buffalo and Los Angeles. He has directed four animated short films and been conducting research that focuses on animation theories and practices.
Tzren-Ru Chou (TW)
Chou is a researcher in the field of artificial intelligence design applications, focusing on research in natural language sentiment analysis and color theme generation. An associate professor at a university, his expertise lies in pattern recognition, document analysis, color engineering, artificial intelligence and multimedia system development.
Yuting Hsueh (TW)
Taiwan’s award-winning faculty filmmaker with more than 50 film festivals and 9 Oscar® qualifying competition records. Now assistant professor at National Taiwan Normal University and an adjunct at Taipei National University of the Arts.
Hsin-Chien Huang (TW)
Huang has collaborated with artist Laurie Anderson and electronic musician Jean-Michel Jarre. His VR works have been displayed globally, including the Venice Film Festival, Festival de Cannes, SXSW and Venice Biennale. He has partnered with the Ars Electronica Festival since 2020 and serves as the Lead Curator of Garden Taipei/Formosa.
Jao-Hsun Tseng (TW)
Tseng is the dean of the Academy of Performing Arts, National Taiwan University of Arts, and full-time professor of the Department of Dance. She has planned and executed many award-winning exhibitions and performances both domestic and abroad .
Hsi-Chun Wang (TW)
Wang is the department chair at Department of Graphic Arts & Communications of National Taiwan Normal University. Wang is the inventor of 14 patents. He won the Gold Medal in the National Invention Award and Award for Excellent Contributions in Technology Transfer. Wang is the principal investigator of Half Media Lab.