VR 2017

2017 IEEE Virtual Reality (VR), March 18-22, 2017, Los Angeles, CA, USA

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Indirect Touch Interaction with Stereoscopic Displays using a Two-Sided Handheld Touch Device
Prabhakar V. Vemavarapu and Christoph W. Borst
(University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA)
Abstract: An indirect touch 3D interface using a two-sided handheld touch device for interactions with dense datasets on stereoscopic displays. This work explores the possibilities for a smartphone able to sense touch on both sides. Two android phones are combined back-to-back. The top touch surface is used for primary or fine interactions (selection /translation/ rotation) and bottom surface for coarser aspects such as mode control or feature extraction. Two surfaces are programmed to recognize input from 4 digits – two top and two bottom. The four touch areas enable 3D object selection, manipulation, and feature extraction using combinations of simultaneous touches.

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