Cubee is the original prototype of our “reactive” cubic head-coupled 3D display. Cubee is suspended to enable viewing from all sides and manipulation in space. It encloses a small virtual space inside the physical boundaries of a cubic display. The display motion is mapped into the virtual scene to create a compelling interaction metaphor of objects inside a box. The system presents a tangible way to evaluate interactive realism of dynamic simulations.
Real-time dynamic simulations of any variety, including multiple rigid-bodies, fluid, sand, smoke, or other natural phenomena are uniquely suited to this type of display. In the future, Cubee displays could become the de facto standard test bed for examining and evaluating the realism of physics-based computer animation.
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|bibtex||Ian Stavness and Florian Vogt and Sidney Fels. Cubee: a cubic 3D display for physics-based interaction. SIGGRAPH ’06: ACM SIGGRAPH 2006 Sketches. Pages 165. ACM Press. New York, NY, USA. 2006. 2006. 2006.|