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CALVIN: An Immersimedia Design Environment Utilizing Heterogeneous Perspectives

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CALVIN: An Immersimedia Design Environment Utilizing Heterogeneous Perspectives
In this paper we describe CALVIN, an immersive multimedia approach to applying virtual reality in architectural design and collaborative visualization emphasizing heterogeneous perspectives. These perspectives, including multiple mental models as well as multiple visual viewpoints, allow virtual reality to be applied in the earlier, more creative, phases of design, rather than just as a walk-through of the nished space. CALVIN's interface employs visual, gestural, and vocal input to give the user greater control over the virtual environment. A prototype of CALVIN has been created and used in the CAVE(tm) virtual reality theatre.
Jason Leigh, Andrew E. Johnson
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Type Conference
Year 1996
Where ICMCS
Authors Jason Leigh, Andrew E. Johnson
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