Kickstarter campaign from Sixense for 3D modelling system which uses natural two-handed interface, designed for making virtual objects easier than current methods, and is compatible with both 3D / VR tech as well as standard displays - videos embedded below:
MakeVR is a 3D modeling system built around two key components: an innovative 3D multi-touch interface that replaces the traditional mouse and keyboard inputs for all functions and a professional-grade CAD engine. On top of this foundation we’ve added real-time collaboration for up to five remote users. And of course, everything created in MakeVR can be saved in any standard 3D printing format, then, with a click of a button, sent to either a local 3D printer or to a 3D printing service like Shapeways.
MakeVR supports the use of 3D monitors and full immersion with virtual reality head mounted displays (HMDs). In fact, MakeVR was originally conceived with VR in mind, even before HMDs were widely available. MakeVR includes the STEM System (with two controllers) as the input device, but we also have a software-only version for those users who already own a Razer Hydra or who have ordered the STEM System.
You can find out more about MakeVR here