Visually Directing User’s Attention in Interactive 3D Environments.

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2004
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Lighting is a very important component of 3D environment design. Research efforts in perception, neuroscience, animation, and film have shown the importance of visual design in guiding participant’s attention to important elements in a scene. We conducted an experiment to demonstrate the merits and utility of ELE over current methods in directing participant’s attention to the important characters/objects in the scene.
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