Anamorphicons

An extended display with a cylindrical mirror

Overview

Anamorphicon is a tangible object using Anamorphosis with a 2D display and a cylindrical mirror. A distorted image is shown on a flat panel display or tabletop surface, and the original image will appear on the cylindrical mirror when a user puts it on the display. By detecting the position and rotation of the cylinder, a computer program provides interaction between the user and the image on the cylinder. In our current prototypes, an iPad and Windows 8 screens and their multitouch displays are used to detect the cylinder.

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Publications & Awards

  • The Best Poster Award (ITS 2011): Chihiro Suga, Itiro Siio, Anamorphicons: An extended display with a cylindrical mirror, ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS 2011), pp. 242--243, Kobe, Japan, Nov. 16, 2011.
  • Chihiro Suga, Itiro Siio, Anamorphicons: An extended display with a cylindrical mirror, ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS 2011), pp. 242--243, Kobe, Japan, Nov. 13-16, 2011. ( http://siio.jp/projects/papers/its2011_anamorphicon.pdf ) ( http://siio.jp/projects/papers/its2011_anamorphicon.mov )
  • 須賀 千紘, 椎尾 一郎, Anamorphicons: 円筒鏡面を用いたディスプレイの拡張, エンタテインメントコンピューティング 2011, 情報処理学会エンタテインメントコンピューティング研究会主催、 東京、2011.10.7-9 (査読無しデモ発表)

Acknowledgement

  • This project is funded by Microsoft Research Asia (MSR CORE project 2012).

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