Yukihiro Hirata, Makoto Sato, and Hiroshi Kawarada
Precision and Intelligence Laboratory, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 4259 Nagatsuta-cho, Midori-ku, Yokohama 227, Japan
(Received December 26, 1990; Accepted January 7, 1991)
Keywords: Virtual Work Space, Artificial Reality, Direct Manipulation
Abstract. To develop human interface for three-dimensional modeling, it is necessary to construct a virtual space, where we can manipulate object models directly just like in real space. We have proposed a new interface device SPIDAR (SPace Interface Device for Artificial Reality) for this virtual space. In this paper, we explain a measuring method of finger position in virtual work space using SPIDAR.