The guys at Hit Lab New Zealand and the Visual Media Lab at the Ben Gurion University, Israel, have uploaded a new video presenting the results of their ISMAR09 paper "In-Place 3D Sketching for Authoring and Augmenting Mechanical Systems". Since the paper is not online yet, I can't really tell how much of it is really automatic, and how robust is it, but the video is nothing less than magical:
I really envy those future physics high-school students...
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