Boom Chameleon with Dynamic Voice and Ink Annotation





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Published on Mar 22, 2013

Boom Chameleon is a spatially-aware touch-sensitive display. It is mounted on an articulated boom, to create a kind of virtual video camera that lets you take snapshots, view and annotate 3D models. Annotations are like virtual videos, where you can record both the current view as you move the display around the model, simultaneously recording your spoken comments, while at the same time capturing what you are pointing at with your finger on the screen, and even what you are annotating (drawing with your finger) using digital ink.

This work was done jointly by Alias|Wavefront and the University of Toronto Input Research Group in 2002.

Ref: Tsang, M, Fitzmaurice, G., Kurtenbach, G., Khan, A. & Buxton, W. (2002). Boom Chameleon: SImultaneous capture of 3D viewpoint, voice and gesture annotations on a spatially-aware display. Proceedings of the 2002 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST'02), 111-120. A summary is in (2003) ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG), 22(3), 698.


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