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Unified Gesture-Based Interaction Techniques for Object Manipulation and Navigation in a Large-Scale Virtual

Yusuke Tomozoe, Proc. IEEE Virtual Reality (IEEE VR), pp. 259-260, Mar. 2004.

Abstract

This paper proposes a set of unified gesture-based interaction techniques for object manipulation and navigation in a large-scale virtual environment. Existing techniques often provide only one of these two types of operations, or provide both in quite different ways. With a movability property attached to every virtual object, our techniques enable object manipulation and navigation in identical interaction manners. In this paper, existing techniques for object manipulation and navigation are first classified, then four our interaction techniques, direct manipulation, string-shot, skewer, and tunnel-window, are described in order. By using these techniques, a user can perform variety kinds of remote-object manipulation and navigation in an intuitive way. (pdf file)