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[LFS+03]  CoolPaint: Direct Interaction Painting

Lang:2003:CPD (In proceedings)
Author(s)Lang D., Findlater L. and Shaver M.
Title« CoolPaint: Direct Interaction Painting »
InPoster Proceedings of User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) 2003
Year2003

Abstract
We present CoolPaint, a system for computer painting that uses a props-based direct interaction technique. By instrumenting real paint brushes and developing corresponding digital models of the brushes, we allow the user to control digital tools by directly manipulating their physical counterparts. In addition, we use a tabletop display which allows the display space and interaction space to be unified. The painter picks up a real paint brush, dabs it in ‘paint’, and makes a brush stroke across the canvas. Digital paint immediately appears on the canvas, directly under the brush, with exactly the brush stroke the painter expects. The result is an intuitive, expressive, and fun painting experience.

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              paint brushes and developing corresponding digital models of the
              brushes, we allow the user to control digital tools by directly
              manipulating their physical counterparts. In addition, we use a
              tabletop display which allows the display space and interaction
              space to be unified. The painter picks up a real paint brush, dabs
              it in ‘paint’, and makes a brush stroke across the canvas. Digital
              paint immediately appears on the canvas, directly under the brush,
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              an intuitive, expressive, and fun painting experience.},
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