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Development of a Constellation Topic Map Application to Control with Wii

Paper, was published by Shu Matsuura, Kimitaka Amano, Konosuke Kawarazaki, and Satoshi Waki at 2010-01-22

In this study a constellation search engine for the astronomical field is being developed.

We are developing a learning portal, “Everyday Physics on Web" at http://tm.u-gakugei.ac.jp:8080/epw/ based on the Topic Maps. In the present study, we are developing a constellation search engine for the astronomical field. It aims at an application that provides information of constellation when the user points in the real space. As a real space-pointing device, we employed WiiRemote, which is well known as a family game machine. Users are able to retrieve the constellation data by pointing a direction in the real space with WiiRemote that sends position data to the system. To visualize the constellation data, we use Google Sky API.

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Shu Matsuura

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Kimitaka Amano

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Konosuke Kawarazaki

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Satoshi Waki

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