CINCH: a cooperatively designed marking interface for 3D pathway selection
UIST, pp. 33-42, 2006.
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To disentangle and analyze neural pathways estimated from magnetic resonance imaging data, scientists need an interface to select 3D pathways. Broad adoption of such an interface requires the use of commodity input devices such as mice and pens, but these devices offer only two degrees of freedom. CINCH solves this problem by providing a ...More
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