The Responsive Workbench [virtual work environment]

@article{Krger1994TheRW,
  title={The Responsive Workbench [virtual work environment]},
  author={Wolfgang Kr{\"u}ger and Bernd Fr{\"o}hlich},
  journal={IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications},
  year={1994},
  volume={14},
  pages={12-15}
}
The Responsive Workbench concept was developed as an alternative to the multimedia and virtual reality systems of the past decade. It was recognized that almost nobody wants simulations of their working worlds in a desktop environment. Generally. users want to focus on their tasks rather than on operating the computer. The Responsive Workbench is a virtual working environment that locates virtual objects and control tools on a real "workbench". The objects-computer-generated stereo images-are… CONTINUE READING
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