A Gesture-Based Interface for Designing in Virtual Reality [ 2009 - 2011 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Dr M Kavakli

Brief description Many design professions including architecture, fashion, and engineering can benefit from the outcomes of this project and may return financial benefits to Australia, since they heavily rely on sketching in the conceptual design process. Other areas, such as films, computer games, user interface design that involves storyboarding and visualization may also benefit from sketching in virtual reality. Further research may be carried out using a variety of VR facilities and a responsive workbench (3D interactive table-top display) to allow distributed Virtual Prototyping between geographically separated design teams, to assemble the product drawn using a force feedback device to place Australia in a leading position.

Funding Amount $220,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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