Interactive Stroke-Based NPR using Hand Postures on Large Displays
We explore the use of hand postures to interact with stroke-based rendering (SBR) on touch-sensitive large displays. In contrast to traditional WIMP interfaces, we allow people to directly engage with and influence a rendering. Our system allows the creation of new stroke primitives as well as provides mechanisms to distribute and then manipulate them on the canvas. We offer a set of natural mappings from hand postures to rendering parameterizations. The resulting system allows an intuitive exploration of SBR without the need for traditional desktop interfaces.
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Video explaining the technique:
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Trailer, presented as fast-forward at Eurographics 2008:
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You can download a demo of the Hand-Posture based Interactive Stroke-Based NPR (Win32, 9.1 MB) and try it out for yourself. To be fully functional, however, the demo requires Smart DViT hardware.
Poster (for short paper at EG 2008):
This technique is based on a buffer framework for supporting responsive interaction and was later used for interacting with glyph-based 2D vector data visualizations.
|Jens Grubert (2008) Interacting with Stroke-Based Non-Photorealistic Rendering on Large Displays. Honor’s thesis, Department of Computer Science, University of Magdeburg, Germany, February 2008.|
|Jens Grubert, Sheelagh Carpendale, and Tobias Isenberg (2007) Interactive Stroke-Based NPR using Hand Postures on Large Displays. Technical report 2007-883-35, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, December 2007. Also see the short paper at Eurographics 2008.|
|Jens Grubert, Mark Hancock, Sheelagh Carpendale, Edward Tse, and Tobias Isenberg (2007) Interacting with Stroke-Based Rendering on a Wall Display. Technical report 2007-882-34, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, October 2007.|