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3D SKETCHES IN VIRTUAL REALITY AND THEIR EFFECT ON DEVELOPMENT TIMES

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 July 2021

Carsten Seybold*
Affiliation:
Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg
Frank Mantwill
Affiliation:
Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg
*
Seybold, Carsten, Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg, Machine Parts & Computer Aided Development, Germany, carsten.seybold@hsu-hh.de

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In the product development process, digital support continues to advance. Some work steps during product development are still carried out without assistance. Sketch creation is one of these. Therefore, the content created here is rarely documented due to the effort required for digital transformation. An alternative can be sketching in virtual reality. This article explores whether 3D sketching in VR enables faster sketching and can offer the basic features of hand-drawn sketches. To verify this, a tool for 3D sketching was developed. 27 test subjects were asked to solve one out of two different design tasks using this tool. The experiments were evaluated using video coding to identify the subjects actions. The created solutions have been analyzed about quality. The study showed initial indications that sketching in VR generally enables faster processing while maintaining the same solution quality.

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