Algorithm of Mental Model of Art Design Based on Virtual Reality Technology

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Wenwen Li, Yan Zhao


The mental model of art design in the realm of virtual reality (VR) technology is a dynamic fusion of creativity, immersion, and technological innovation. In this paradigm, artists leverage the immersive capabilities of VR to transcend traditional boundaries, creating a multisensory experience that goes beyond the confines of a two-dimensional canvas. The artist's mental canvas extends into a three-dimensional space where users can engage with art on a profound level, exploring and interacting with the artwork in ways previously unimaginable. The core objective is to redefine art design design through the lens of machine vision cognition into the ethical and social implications inherent in Art Design. With the integration of Hidden Markov Probabilistic Swarm Optimization (HMPSO) to amplify the capabilities of VR systems. At the forefront of this study is the reimagination of art design design, characterized by aesthetics, ergonomics, and functionality. The infusion of machine vision cognition into these designs not only enhances user experience but also prompts contemplation of ethical considerations surrounding privacy, accessibility, and informed consent. Ethical and social implications are scrutinized comprehensively, acknowledging the profound impact of VRs on individual rights, security, and privacy. The research probes into equitable access to VR technologies, ethical data utilization in art design, identity verification, and surveillance contexts. Central to this multidisciplinary inquiry is the integration of Hidden Markov Probabilistic Swarm Optimization (HMPSO). With swarm intelligence and probabilistic modelling, HMPSO enhances the efficiency, accuracy, and reliability of Mental Model VR systems. It addresses the critical challenge of reducing false positives and false negatives in VR authentication. The research methodology comprises performance evaluations, ethical analyses, and socio-cultural investigations, offering a comprehensive view of the interplay between design innovation, machine vision cognition, ethical awareness, and the application of HMPSO in the Art Design.

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Wenwen Li, Yan Zhao

1Wenwen   Li

2Yan Zhao

1Basic Teaching Department, Hebei Academy of Fine Arts, Shijiazhuang,Hebei,050700, China

2Department of Landscape Architecture and Construction Engineering,Woosuk University,Jeonju 565-701, Korea

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