The State of Collaborative 3D Content Authoring: A Review

 
 
 
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    Computer supported cooperative work (CSCW) is one of the key factors to increase company’s productivity. Hence, there are numerous researches trying to increase the efficiency of CSCW implementation to achieve a better collaboration between employees. The recent trend of using 3D content demand industry to develop an efficient and effective workflow to create numerous high-quality 3D content. Hence, implementing CSCW in 3D content authoring is a crucial factor in related industry such as game and movie industry. In this paper, we investigate the state of collaborative work in 3D content authoring. We focus our observation in CSCW features currently available 3D content authoring application and game engines. Additionally, we observe recent researches related to developing CSCW application in 3D authoring. The objective of this research is to give a thorough view regarding the state of CSCW in 3D content authoring industry and the possibility of future research and development.

     

     

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    Collaborative Work, Computer Graphic, Multimedia Systems, Computer Supported Cooperative Work

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Article ID: 24428
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.40.24428




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