The OmegaDesk: towards a hybrid 2D and 3D work desk - Victor Mateevitsi | PhD student, Maker, Inventor, Entrepreneur | Human Augmented
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The OmegaDesk: towards a hybrid 2D and 3D work desk

26 Sep The OmegaDesk: towards a hybrid 2D and 3D work desk

OmegaDesk is a device that allows for seamless interaction between
2D and 3D content. In order to develop this hybrid device, a new form of Operating
System is needed to manage and display heterogeneous content. In this
paper we address the hardware and software requirements for such a system, as
well as challenges. A set of heterogeneous applications has been successfully
developed on OmegaDesk. They allowed us to develop a set of guidelines to
drive future investigations into 2D/3D hybridized viewing and interaction.

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Reference

A. Febretti, V.A. Mateevitsi, D. Chau, A. Nishimoto, B. McGinnis, J. Misterka, A. Johnson, and J. Leigh. “The OmegaDesk: towards a hybrid 2D and 3D work desk.” In Advances in Visual Computing, pp. 13-23. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2011.

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Lance Long, Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago