Lingua Graphica: a visual language for virtual environments

@article{Stiles1992LinguaGA,
  title={Lingua Graphica: a visual language for virtual environments},
  author={Randy Stiles and Michael Pontecorvo},
  journal={Proceedings IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages},
  year={1992},
  pages={225-227}
}
Describes work in progress on a visual programming language for virtual environments, called Lingua Graphica. Three-dimensional, solid language constructs are used to visualize and compose programs and higher-level scripts while inside of a virtual environment. This is a departure from the normal way that virtual environments are developed and used. Using Lingua Graphica to specify the behaviors directly associated with virtual objects decreases the time required to create virtual environments… CONTINUE READING

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