Camelot: A modular customizable sandbox for visualizing interactive narratives

Alireza Shirvani, Stephen G. Ware

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Abstract

Camelot is a modular customizable virtual environment that is inspired by the needs of current and previous narrative generation research. Camelot is meant to facilitate interactive narrative prototyping, controlled comparisons of different systems, and reproducing and building on the works of others. It provides a 3D presentation layer that is fully separable from the narrative generation system that controls it. This allows any application, AI algorithm, or technology, written in any programming language, to connect and use Camelot to visualize their interactive narratives. In this paper, we introduce Camelot and its capabilities, and provide some details on how and to what extent it can be used to benefit the interactive narrative community.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume2862
StatePublished - 2020
Event2020 Joint Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment Workshops, AIIDE-WS 2020 - Worcester, United States
Duration: Oct 19 2020 → …

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  • General Computer Science

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