Moving objects in space: exploiting proprioception in virtual-environment interaction

@inproceedings{Mine1997MovingOI,
  title={Moving objects in space: exploiting proprioception in virtual-environment interaction},
  author={Mark R. Mine and Frederick P. Brooks and Carlo H. S{\'e}quin},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={1997}
}
Manipulation in immersive virtual environments is difficult partly because users must do without the haptic contact with real objects they rely on in the real world to orient themselves and their manipulanda. To compensate for this lack, we propose exploiting the one real object every user has in a virtual environment, his body. We present a unified framework for virtual-environment interaction based on proprioception, a person's sense of the position and orientation of his body and limbs. We… CONTINUE READING
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