Imagine being able to create three dimensional illustrations by moving your hands in three dimensional space – that’s exactly what some computer scientists have done.
Computer scientists Daniel Keefe (who’s also an artist), Robert Zeleznik, and David Laidlaw from Brown have created the system called “Drawing on Air”
Artists and Designers wear a virtual reality mask, hold a stylus in one hand and a tracking device in the other to create 3D illustrations for art and design and medical subjects.
Trials have taken place with 12 trained artists/designers which shows the system has been easy to use. You can read more about it at www.physorg.com/news109425896.html