Exploring the Potential of 3D Visualization Techniques for Usage in Collaborative Design

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Best practice for collaborative design demands good interaction between its collaborators. The capacity to share common knowledge about design models at hand is a basic requirement. With current advancing technologies gathering collective knowledge is more straightforward, as the dialog between experts can be supported better. The potential for 3D visualization techniques to become the right support tool for collaborative design is explored. Special attention is put on the possible usage for remote collaboration. The opportunities for current state-of-the-art visualization techniques from stereoscopic vision to holographic displays are researched. A classification of the various systems is explored with respect to their tangible usage for augmented reality. Appropriate interaction methods can be selected based on the usage scenario.
Publisher
CIRP
Issue Date
2011
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Tangible interaction; Collaborative design; Virtual mockup interaction; Augmented reality; 3D autostereoscopic display; Virtual reality

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21st CIRP Design Conference

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/23712
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Proceedings of the 21st CIRP Design Conference
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