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a hypothetical three-dimensional visual world created by a computer

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Since 6DOF data contain both positional and rotational components, three different strategies of data handling are possible in the search for the best rotation: 1) use only the positional part of 6DOF data; 2) use only the rotational part; or 3) use both the positional and the rotational parts.
NaturalPoint's President and CTO, Jim Richardson, will offer presentations in a private meeting room to demonstrate the full advantage of true 6DOF input, discuss what's coming next for both PC and console gaming, and explore partnership opportunities with headset and joystick manufacturers.
6DOF means users can literally move their head any direction to control their in-game view - instantly providing improved situational awareness in flight and racing sim cockpits, or on the field of battle.
Headquartered in San Jose, its mission is to enhance users' 3D experience by developing and marketing 3D input devices with true 6DOF motion control, based on its patented 3D input technology.
SAN DIEGO -- Sandio Technology Corporation, whose mission is to provide intuitive 3D 6DOF motion control for 3D Internet lovers to fly through Google Earth and Microsoft Virtual Earth, for 3D CAD users to be more productive on 3D Studio Max, AutoCAD and Google SketchUp and for PC gamers to enjoy more on the 3D FPS, RTS and RPG games, will demonstrate various 3D input devices enabled by touch sensitive sensors, at the SIGGRAPH 2007 Conference and Exhibition August 5-9, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, CA.
Polhemus provides the absolute best in time proven 6DOF systems, eye tracking, and handheld three-dimensional scanners.
Polhemus provides the absolute best in time-proven 6DOF systems, eye tracking, and handheld three-dimensional scanners.