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Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on (2003)
Houston, Texas USA
May 27, 2003 to May 31, 2003
ISBN: 0-7695-1939-3
pp: 186
Richard Lobb , University of Auckland
David Bainbridge , University of Waikato
Ian H. Witten , University of Waikato
Yi-Chun Chu , University of Waikato
Can digital libraries provide a reading experience that more closely resembles a real book than a scrolled or paginated electronic display? This paper describes a prototype page-turning system that realistically animates full three-dimensional page-turns. The dynamic behavior is generated by a mass-spring model defined on a rectangular grid of particles. The prototype takes a PDF or E-book file, renders it into a sequence of PNG images representing individual pages, and animates the page-turns under user control. The simulation behaves fairly naturally, although more computer graphics work is required to perfect it.
Richard Lobb, David Bainbridge, Ian H. Witten, Yi-Chun Chu, "How to Turn the Page", Digital Libraries, Joint Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 186, 2003, doi:10.1109/JCDL.2003.1204862
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