Jiangxi Youth Vocational College, Jiangxi 330032, China
The United States is a multi-ethnic immigrant country, and its culture presents a distinctive ethnic color. Among them, literature as an important part of the culture embodies strong ethnic characteristics in the recent but outstanding literature history of the United States, Chinese American literature occupies a special place. The purpose of this article is to study the interactive narrative strategies of Chinese American literary works in the context of big data. Through the comparative analysis of the target text and the source text, the reconstruction of the myth by the role name, residence, lifestyle, language and spiritual world time in the target article is studied. In the context of big data, this research mainly starts from the development and characteristics of interactive stories, and introduces the potential and needs of VR, interactive narration. In this article, we will search for the main research directions and content of VR short films that have won awards at international and cultural and art festivals in the past five years. From the interactive nature of the image presentation of VR virtual technology, it analyzes the problem of VR on Chinese American literary works and the interactive narrative strategy planning of Chinese American literary works under the background of big data. Through technology in the era of big data, the interactive narrative of Chinese American literature has increased by as much as 50%.
Chinese American Literature, Interactive Narrative, Virtual Reality Technology, Chinese American Multicultural
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