Ke Huo, Vinayak, Karthik Ramani
Window-Shaping: 3D Design Ideation in Mixed Reality
In Proceedings of the 2016 Symposium on Spatial User Interaction, Tokyo, Japan, 2016 Oct.

We present, Window-Shaping, a mobile, markerless, mixed-reality (MR) interface for creative design ideation that allows for the direct creation of 3D shapes on and around physical objects. Using the sketch-and-inflate scheme, we present a design workflow where users can create dimensionally consistent and visually coherent 3D models by borrowing visual and dimensional attributes from existing physical objects.


Posted in 2016, HUMAN SHAPE INTERACTION, Karthik Ramani, Ke Huo, Mid-air Interaction, Multi-touch Interaction, Vinayak