Collaborative 3D Manipulation using Mobile Phones

We present a 3D user interface for collaborative manipulation of three-dimensional objects in virtual environments. It maps inertial sensors, touch screen and physical buttons of a mobile phone into well-known gestures to alter the position, rotation and scale of virtual objects. As these transformations require the control of multiple degrees of freedom (DOFs), collaboration is proposed as a solution to coordinate the modification of each and all the available DOFs. Users are free to decide their own manipulation roles. All virtual elements are displayed in a single shared screen, which is handy to aggregate multiple users in the same physical space.


Editor(s):
Thomas, Bh
Lindeman, R
Marchal, M
Published in:
2016 Ieee Symposium On 3D User Interfaces (3Dui), 279-280
Presented at:
IEEE Symposium on 3D User Interfaces (3DUI), Greenville, SC, MAR 19-20, 2016
Year:
2016
Publisher:
New York, Ieee
ISBN:
978-1-5090-0842-1
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