A VR Interface for Design by Features

M.K.D. Coomans

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    We present the design of a Virtual Reality based user interface (VR-UI). It is the interface for the VR-DIS system, a design application for the Building and Construction industry (VRDIS stands for Virtual Reality - Design Information System). The interface is haracterised by a mixed representation of the task domain: an analogue "mock-up view" is being integrated with a descriptive "feature view". It uses a Fish Tank VR configuration which integrates the virtual objects in the designer’s normal working environment. The issues underlying the design of the feature view are discussed, as well as the choice of input devices.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of 4-rd Design & Decision Support Systems in Architecture & Urban Planning Conference
    Publication statusPublished - 1998


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