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Research on the Design of Tea Culture Exhibition Stand Based on Multimodal Concept in Interactive Device Art

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DOI: 10.23977/artpl.2024.050114 | Downloads: 18 | Views: 244


Chuhong Wang 1, Junshuo Li 1, Shaoting Zeng 1


1 Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, 100124, China

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Chuhong Wang


In recent years, with the increasing emphasis on personal health among young people and China's continuous efforts to enhance its external exchanges, more and more people are beginning to accept and understand Chinese tea culture. According to data provided by the General Administration of Customs of China, in 2021, the tea export volume reached 369,400 tons, with an export value of 2.299 billion US dollars. China has always been a major exporter of tea in the world, but mostly in the form of raw tea materials. This article aims to combine the concept of multimodal theory with emerging interactive technologies to integrate interactive art installations with virtual reality technology for design and practice, allowing people to experience and understand the traditional Chinese tea-making process.


Multimodal Theory, Chinese Tea Culture, Tea-making Process, Virtual Reality Technology


Chuhong Wang, Junshuo Li, Shaoting Zeng, Research on the Design of Tea Culture Exhibition Stand Based on Multimodal Concept in Interactive Device Art. Art and Performance Letters (2024) Vol. 5: 99-105. DOI:


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