“Quikwriting on the responsive workbench” by Grosjean and Coquillart

  • ©Jerome Grosjean and Sabine Coquillart

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    Quikwriting on the responsive workbench

Session/Category Title:   Portable VR


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    Virtual environments (VEs) like the projection-based Responsive Workbench have greatly enhanced the interactive visualization and manipulation of 3D objects. In these configurations, the classical desktop interaction techniques have to be reconsidered. In particular, a simple operation like text typing, although needed for basic operations like saving one’s work under a specific file name or entering a precise numerical value inside an application, is still problematic.

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    1. Bowman, D., Ly, V., and Campbell, C. 2001. Pinch keyboard: Natural text input for immersive virtual environments. Tech. Rep. TR-01-15, Virginia Tech Dept. of Computer Science.
    2. Evans, F., Skiena, S., and Varshney, A. Vtype: Entering text in a virtual world. submitted to International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.
    3. Perlin, K. 1998. Quikwriting: Continuous stylus-based text entry. In Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology, Fast Pen Input, 215–216.


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