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Master Thesis

Tabletop Interactive Camera Control

Abstract : Multi-touch surface represents an emerging technology for display and interaction in 3D virtual environment. It can be extended for in- teractively controling a virutal camera inspired with cinematographic primitives. We propose a frame-based interaction metaphor called frame- metaphor which allows to control and compose cinematographic primitives. Through this metaphor user can perform cinematographic operations by interacting with a rectangular frame on multi-touch surface. With reference to the parameters of the frame new camera parameters are computed. This technique allows the user to navigate freely in virtual environment. In this work we design dierent mappings between user inputs and camera parameters and describe how solution techniques for interactive camera control can be build upon through the lens camera techniques [8, 14].
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Mukesh Barange. Tabletop Interactive Camera Control. Graphics [cs.GR]. 2010. ⟨dumas-00530632⟩



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