“Combination of Two-and Three-Dimensional Space for Solid Modeling” by Yoshimori, Matsumiya, Takemura and Yokoya

  • ©Hayato Yoshimori, Masatoshi Matsumiya, Haruo Takemura, and Naokazu Yokoya



Interest Area:

    Gaming & Interactive


    Combination of Two-and Three-Dimensional Space for Solid Modeling

Session/Category Title:   3D Interaction



    A novel hybrid 3D object modeling system, NIME-NAIST Immersive Modeling Environment, inherits the advantages of both traditional 2D GUI-based interfaces and a 3D immersive modeling environment.


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