Virtual Sculpting and 3D Printing for Young People with Disabilities

Authors: McLoughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

Publisher: IEEE

ISSN: 0272-1716

In this paper, we present the SHIVA project which was designed to provide virtual sculpting tools for young people with complex disabilities, to allow them to engage with artistic and creative activities that they might otherwise never be able to access. Modern 3D printing then allows us to physically build their creations. To achieve this, we combined our expertise in education, accessible technology, user interfaces and geometric modelling. We built a generic accessible graphical user interface (GUI) and a suitable geometric modelling system and used these to produce two prototype modelling exercises. These tools were deployed in a school for students with complex disabilities and are now being used for a variety of educational and developmental purposes. In this paper, we present the project's motivations, approach and implementation details together with initial results, including 3D printed objects designed by young people who have disabilties.

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Authors: Mcloughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE Comput Graph Appl

Volume: 36

Issue: 1

Pages: 22-28

eISSN: 1558-1756

DOI: 10.1109/MCG.2016.1

The SHIVA project was designed to provide virtual sculpting tools for young people with complex disabilities, allowing them to engage with artistic and creative activities that they might otherwise never be able to access. Their creations are then physically built using 3D printing. To achieve this, the authors built a generic, accessible GUI and a suitable geometric modeling system and used these to produce two prototype modeling exercises. These tools were deployed in a school for students with complex disabilities and are now being used for a variety of educational and developmental purposes. This article presents the project's motivations, approach, and implementation details together with initial results, including 3D printed objects designed by young people with disabilities.

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Authors: McLoughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

Volume: 36

Pages: 22-28

DOI: 10.1109/MCG.2016.1

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Authors: McLoughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

Volume: 36

Issue: 1

Pages: 22-28

ISSN: 0272-1716

DOI: 10.1109/MCG.2016.1

© 1981-2012 IEEE. The SHIVA project was designed to provide virtual sculpting tools for young people with complex disabilities, allowing them to engage with artistic and creative activities that they might otherwise never be able to access. Their creations are then physically built using 3D printing. To achieve this, the authors built a generic, accessible GUI and a suitable geometric modeling system and used these to produce two prototype modeling exercises. These tools were deployed in a school for students with complex disabilities and are now being used for a variety of educational and developmental purposes. This article presents the project's motivations, approach, and implementation details together with initial results, including 3D printed objects designed by young people with disabilities.

This source preferred by Alexander Pasko, Valery Adzhiev, Oleg Fryazinov, Mathieu Sanchez and Leigh McLoughlin

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Authors: Mcloughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND APPLICATIONS

Volume: 36

Issue: 1

Pages: 22-28

eISSN: 1558-1756

ISSN: 0272-1716

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Authors: Mcloughlin, L., Fryazinov, O., Moseley, M., Sanchez, M., Adzhiev, V., Comninos, P. and Pasko, A.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/22535/

Journal: IEEE computer graphics and applications

Volume: 36

Issue: 1

Pages: 22-28

eISSN: 1558-1756

ISSN: 0272-1716

The SHIVA project was designed to provide virtual sculpting tools for young people with complex disabilities, allowing them to engage with artistic and creative activities that they might otherwise never be able to access. Their creations are then physically built using 3D printing. To achieve this, the authors built a generic, accessible GUI and a suitable geometric modeling system and used these to produce two prototype modeling exercises. These tools were deployed in a school for students with complex disabilities and are now being used for a variety of educational and developmental purposes. This article presents the project's motivations, approach, and implementation details together with initial results, including 3D printed objects designed by young people with disabilities.

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