“Dis-Tansu” by Takada, Matsumura, Sano and Idehara

  • ©Yasuo Takada, Sawako Matsumura, Shinri Sano, and Norimichi Idehara

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    Dis-Tansu

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Entry Number: 30


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    Abstract

    Dis-Tansu is a three-dimensional image presentation box that requires no equipment attached to the viewer. The box looks like a drawer and holds an LCD display in it. The key of Dis-Tansu is motion parallax. When the drawer slides in/out, the models are rendered according to the assumed viewpoint and the position of the drawer, which provides the recognition of depth. A user can also feel the movement of inner objects by the force feedback system.

    The original system was created for the participation in Intercollegiate Virtual Reality Contest (IVRC) held in Japan in 2003. [Takada et al. 2003] The better control of force feedback and the newer contents with shaders have been implemented.


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    TAKADA, Y., MATSUMURA, S., AND SANO, S. 2003. Distansu. In Proceedings of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan: the Eighth Annual Conference, vol. 1, Virtual Reality Society of Japan, 288.


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