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 Yunqi Sun

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Publication years1992-1996
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It is difficult to build large, complicated virtual environments with many application objects. There are a number of reasons for this, and this thesis concentrates on three of them. First, the response time increases as the number of objects increases. Second, for multi-user virtual environments, the users should be able ...
Keywords: mud, objects

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July 1993 ACM Transactions on Information Systems (TOIS): Volume 11 Issue 3, July 1993
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Keywords: interaactive 3D graphics, user interface software

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June 1992 CHI '92: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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The Virtual Reality user interface style allows the user to manipulate virtual objects in a 3D environment using 3D input devices. This style is best suited to application areas where traditional two dimensional styles fall short, but the current programming effort required to produce a VR application is somewhat large. ...
Keywords: user interface software, interactive 3D graphics, virtual reality



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