A Texture-Based Direct-Touch Interaction System for 3D Woven Cultural Property Exhibition
We propose a texture-based direct-touch interaction system for 3D woven cultural property exhibition of the “Tenmizuhiki” tapestries “Hirashaji Houou Monyou Shishu” of “Fune-hoko” of “Gion Festival in Kyoto”. In the field of digital archive, it is important to archive and represent the cultural property at the high-definition. To archive the shape, color and texture of the cultural property, it is important to archive and represent not only visual effect but haptic impression. Recently, in the field of haptics, various haptic rendering devices have been developed, and various haptic rendering techniques to touch the virtual object have been proposed. In haptic rendering for the high-definition virtual object, it is difficult to render the haptic impression smoothly and calculate the reaction force at realtime. Therefore, it is require the realtime and high-definition haptic rendering techniques. In our previous work, we proposed a texture-based haptic modeling and rendering techniques at realtime and with high-definition. However, our techniques are not based on the measurement. Moreover, in the field of digital archive, it is necessary to represent the digital archived cultural property intuitively and interactively. Therefore, we applied our texture-based haptic modeling and rendering techniques for the digital archive, and we developed a realtime and direct-touch interaction system for 3D cultural property exhibition.
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