The wide-spread interest in 3D imagery that was proliferated by successful recent film experiences has triggered a wave of research and investment in immersive D visualization techniques. A new domain of deployment for these display systems will be that of handheld mobile devices with diverse and heterogeneous usage scenarios. The design of interfaces for these devices and usage patterns will pose a complex set of research questions revolving around the integration of virtual space, real space and social space. This article identifies some of the main threads and research directions in this complex.
Andreas Kratky. “Re-Viewing 3D – Implications of the Latest Developments in Stereoscopic Display Technology for a New Iteration of 3D Interfaces in Consumer Devices.” In: F. Cipolla Ficarra, F., C. Castro Lozano, E. Nicol, A. Kratky (eds.) Advances in New Technologies, Interactive Interfaces, and Communicability, Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 6616. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Springer, 2011: 112-120
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