3DTouch enables users to user their fingers or thumb as a 3D input device with the capability of performing 3D selection translation, and rotation,' explained the researchers. It is designed to fill the missing gap of a 3D input device that is self-contained, mobile, and universally working across various 3D platforms. This presents a low-cost solution to designing and implementing such a device.
Modular solutions like 3DTouch opens up a whole new design space for interaction techniques to further develop on.
'With 3DTouch, we attempted to bring 3D interaction and applications a step closer to users in everyday life.
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