Incorporating Kinesthetic Creativity and Gestural Play into Immersive Modeling
PubDate: June 2017
Teams: Korea Culture Technology Institute；York University；KAIST
Writers: Sung-A Jang；Graham Wakefield；Sung-Hee Lee
The 3D modeling methods and approach presented in this paper attempt to bring the richness and spontaneity of human kinesthetic interaction in the physical world to the process of shaping digital form, by exploring playfully creative interaction techniques that augment gestural movement. The principal contribution of our research is a novel dynamics-driven approach for immersive freeform modeling, which extends our physical reach and supports new forms of expression. In this paper we examine three augmentations of freehand 3D interaction that are inspired by the dynamics of physical phenomena. These are experienced via immersive augmented reality to intensify the virtual physicality and heighten the sense of creative empowerment.