Interactive Shadows

@inproceedings{Herndon1992InteractiveS,
  title={Interactive Shadows},
  author={Kenneth P. Herndon and Robert C. Zeleznik and Daniel C. Robbins and D. Brookshire Conner and Scott S. Snibbe and Andries van Dam},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology},
  year={1992}
}
It is often difficult in computer graphics applications to understand spatial relationships between objects in a 3D scene or effect changes to those objects without specialized visualization and manipulation techniques. We present a set of three-dimensional tools (widgets) called “shadows” that not only provide valuable perceptual cues about the spatial relationships between objects, but also provide a direct manipulation interface to constrained transformation techniques. These shadow widgets… CONTINUE READING
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