An interactive 3D application for Environment adaptations for disabled people

Joakin Eriksson

An interactive 3D-application has been designed to support the planning process for adapting home and work environments for people with physical disabilities. The aim has been to design a small, low-cost program that can run on equipment intended for the consumer market. The essential features of the program are: interactive walkthroughs, direct manipulation tools for moving objects and measuring distances, and rapid import of objects from a library. The current version operates under Windows 95 or 98, and utilises Direct3D for retaining and rendering the 3D graphics components. An efficient, professional usage of this application would require a large 3D-object library. In the future, it would also be desirable to implement typical VR features, such as collision detection, gravitation, and stereoscopic viewing

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