ArcheoTUI - Tangible interaction with foot pedal declutching for the virtual reassembly of fractured archeological objects

Abstract : In this demonstration, we present ArcheoTUI, a new tangible user interface for the efficient assembly of the 3D scanned fragments of fractured archeological objects. The key idea is to use tangible props for the manipulation of the virtual fragments. In each hand, the user manipulates an electromagnetically tracked prop, and the translations and rotations are directly mapped to the corresponding virtual fragments on the display. For each hand, a corresponding foot pedal is used to clutch the movements of the hands. Hence, the hands of the user can be repositioned, or the user can be switched. The software of ArcheoTUI is designed to easily change assembly hypotheses, beyond classical undo/redo, by using a scene graph.
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Patrick Reuter, Guillaume Rivière, Nadine Couture, Stéphanie Mahut, Nicolas Sorraing, et al.. ArcheoTUI - Tangible interaction with foot pedal declutching for the virtual reassembly of fractured archeological objects. 15th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (VRST'08), Oct 2008, Bordeaux, France. pp.307-308, ⟨10.1145/1450579.1450666⟩. ⟨hal-00341759⟩

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