Conference 3 Dec - 6 Dec Exhibition 4 Dec - 6 Dec

Attendees

    Posters

    01 Full Conference 1 - Full Conference One Day 03 Basic Conference

    Smart Interfaces

    3D Modeling with Three-View Drawings

    This paper introduces a new system for rapid modeling of 3D free-form meshes from three-view images with the interactive user aid indicated via sketching which only expects users to select unwanted corners' shape lines from a set of 3D shape lines automatically extracted according to the input images.


    Shujin Lin, Sun Yat-Sen University


    An animated lighting robot by gesture recognition

    This is a lighting robot that can interact with people, I try to make the interaction more natural. The idea came from making ​​the character animation. The spring-damper system is used to simulate the characteristic of animation. A Leap Motion sensor and processing 2.0 are used.


    Yamin Xu, Freelancer


    Card Games as Interface for Massively Multiplayer Online Games

    A card game based interface can simplify the way games are played. Simplify a game interface keeping it interesting and dynamic can make experienced player's life easier and shorten the learning curve for new players, even turning the game more attractive for casual and players.


    Sylker Teles, Interaction Design Lab. Department of Design Strategy, Kyushu University

    Kiyoshi Tomimatsu, Interaction Design Lab. Department of Design Strategy, Kyushu University


    Object Creation Based On Free Virtual Grid With ARGlass

    This paper proposed Free Virtual Grid for users to create models intuitively and conveniently. The grid could help users constrain the free drawing to some extent. Rotating grid helps user to create a tortuous model, and zooming grid could support various precision in one model, which both increase the diversity.


    Zhenyi He, Shanghai Jiaotong University Digital Art Laboratory

    Xubo Yang, Shanghai Jiaotong University Digital Art Laboratory


    Sketch-based Reconstruction of Symmetric 3D Free-form Objects

    A novel algorithm is presented here to create symmetric 3D free-form shapes from the user inputting 2D sketches.


    Yongwei Miao, College of Computer Science & Technology, Zhejiang University of Technology

    Feixia Hu, College of Computer Science and Technology, Zhejiang University of Technology

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