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Laviole, Jeremy and Hachet, Martin (2012): Spatial augmented reality for physical drawing. In: Adjunct Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2012. pp. 9-10. Available online

Spatial augmented reality (SAR) makes possible the projection of virtual environments into the real world. In this demo, we propose to demonstrate our SAR tools dedicated to the creation of physical drawings. From the most simple tools: the projection on virtual guidelines enabling to trace lines and curves to more advanced techniques enabling stereoscopic drawing through the projection of a 3D scene. This demo presents how we can use computer graphics tools to ease the drawing, and how it will enable new kinds of physical drawings.

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Laviole, Jeremy and Hachet, Martin (2012): Spatial augmented reality to enhance physical artistic creation. In: Adjunct Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2012. pp. 43-46. Available online

Spatial augmented reality (SAR) promises the integration of digital information in the real (physical) world through projection. In this doctoral symposium paper, I propose different tools to improve speed or ease the drawing by projecting photos, virtual construction lines and interactive 3D scenes. After describing the tools, I explain some future challenges to explore such as the creation of tools which helps to create drawings that are "difficult" to achieve for a human being, but easy to do by a computer. Furthermore, I propose some insights for the creation of digital games and programs which can take full advantages of physical drawings.

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