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This paper explores a user interface technique which augments an immersive head tracked display with a hand-held miniature copy of the virtual environment. We call this interface technique the Worlds in Miniature (WIM) metaphor. By establishing a direct relationship between life-size objects in the virtual world and miniature objects in the WIM, we can use(More)
POSITION STATEMENT In efforts to develop interaction techniques for virtual environments which are extremely flexible and versatile, manipulation in virtual reality has focused heavily on visual feedback techniques (such as highlighting objects when the selection cursor passes through them) and generic input devices (such as the glove). Such virtual(More)
In efforts to develop interaction techniques for virtual environments which are extremely flexible and versatile, manipulation in virtual reality has focused heavily on visual feedback techniques (such as highlighting objects when the selection cursor passes through them) and generic input devices (such as the glove). Such virtual manipulations lack many(More)
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