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authors Schumann, J., Strothotte, T., Raab, A. and Laser, S.
year 1996
title Assessing the Effect of Non-Photorealistic Rendered Images in CAD PAPERS: Empirical Studies of Graphics and Visual Design
source Proceedings of ACM CHI 96 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 1996 v.1 pp. 35-41
summary Recent work in computer graphics has resulted in new techniques for rendering so-called non-photorealistic images. While such features are now already appearing in commercially available software, little is known about the effect of non-photorealistic images on users and their usefulness in specific contexts. In this paper we report on an empirical study with 54 architects who compared the output of a sketch-renderer for producing pencil-like drawings with standard output of CAD systems for architectural designs. The results show that the different kinds of renditions actually have a very different effect on viewers and that non-photorealistic images actually do deserve their place in the repertoire of CAD systems.
keywords Non-Photorealistic Rendering; Architectural Presentation; Preliminary Drafts; Sketches
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