“Mixed reality user interface description language” by Broll, Lindt and Wittkämper

  • ©Wolfgang Broll, Irma Lindt, and Michael Wittkämper

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    Mixed reality user interface description language

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     Realizing user interfaces for applications running on different hardware and software platforms often requires individual implementations for each platform. User interface description languages (UIDLs) provide a general solution for this problem, but typically lack support for 3D and especially Mixed Reality (MR) user interfaces [Figueroa et al. 2002] [Ledermann and Schmalstieg 2005]. Developing such user interfaces is rather challenging, though, as a variety of interaction devices exist and the interaction techniques are more complex and diverse.

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    1. Figueroa, P., Green M., and Hoover, H. J. 2002. InTml: a description language for VR applications. In Proc. of the 7th International Conference on 3D Web Technology, 53–58.
    2. Ledermann, F., Schmalstieg, D. 2005. APRIL: A High-level Framework for Creating Augmented Reality Presentations. In Proc. of IEEE Virtual Reality 2005, 187–194.


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