Concept Character Design of A 360° 2D Animation ‘Maiden Voyage’ for Fine Dining Virtual Reality


The animation and fine dining world has been changing due to the development of animation and culinary cuisine. The competition between these two worlds is fierce, and companies must strive to survive. Due to increased demand, interest, and competition, the digital art and industrial areas are exploring various technologies and techniques to enhance the immersive experience. This research offers a new combination of fine dining with a 360° 2D animation and virtual reality technique that is expected to give a unique fine dining experience and to border the cutting-edge digital art and industrial areas. Guests can watch the animation utilizing a head-mounted device while waiting for their dishes to be served. This research objective aims to create a concept character design for a 2D animated movie titled ‘Maiden Voyage’ based on an exciting and memorable three-dimensional character, fitting the story tailored to the setting on the cruise ship in 1912. The research method will include a literature study on basic character design, observation of people in 1942, and drawing experiments. The result of this current research will be the characters’ design sheets that will be useful for future research on character movement for a 360° 2D animation, ‘Maiden Voyage.’ This research will impact both the animation and the fine dining fields as it has considerable potential implications for the further study of the 360° animation and fine dining experience.

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Christine Mersiana Lukmanto, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara, Indonesia

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Conference: KAMC2023
Stream: Media Studies

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Lukmanto C. (2023) Concept Character Design of A 360° 2D Animation ‘Maiden Voyage’ for Fine Dining Virtual Reality ISSN: 2436-0503 – The Kyoto Conference on Arts, Media & Culture 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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