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Mixed reality - A source for new authoring methodologies?

: Abawi, D.F.; Dörner, R.; Geiger, C.; Grimm, P.; Haller, M.; Hartmann, W.; Reinhold, S.; Zauner, J.

Dörner, R.; Geiger, C.; Grimm, P.; Haller, M. ; Association for Computing Machinery -ACM-, Special Interest Group on Graphics -SIGGRAPH-; European Association for Computer Graphics (Eurographics):
Production process of 3D computer graphics applications - structures, roles and tools. Workshop proceedings : ACM SIGGRAPH and Eurographics Campfire, June 1 - June 4, 2002, Snowbird, Utah, USA
Aachen: Shaker, 2002 (C-LAB publication 13)
ISBN: 3-8322-0241-2
Workshop "Production Process of 3D Computer Graphics Applications" <2002, Snowbird/Utah>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IGD ()
mixed reality; authoring process; authoring tools; authoring phase; AMIRE

Mixed Reality, the simultaneous overlay of the real world with a computer-generated world, has a special potential for solving authoring problems. Since the world to be modeled and the actual computer model can be visualized together, it is possible to show their relationship in a less abstract form. This could be very valuable for authoring purposes, since authors are often concerned with building a model of certain aspects of reality. A prominent role in the authoring process is assumed by authoring tools. We are talking about an abstraction from technical issues in order to open the process to expert of other domains (i.e. storytelling or domain-specific) without deep knowledge of technical aspects. One answer to this question are authoring tools that offer user interfaces in Reality.
In this paper, we will offer some thoughts on the question of just how far Mixed Reality (MR) can be used to simplify authoring tasks and to support the author in a new fashion.