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Freehand vs. micro gestures in the car: Driving performance and user experience

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Freehand vs. micro gestures in the car: Driving performance and user experience
Until now, freehand and micro gestures have only been investigated separately. We conducted a driving simulator study to investigate on the effects on the driving performance when controlling a music player and the user experience provided. Subjects felt that stimulation, control, popularity, and physicalform were addressed by both gesture types, but slightly better by freehand gestures. But micro gestures were rated notably higher regarding their perceived degree of autonomy. Regarding driving performance, deteriorations were found for both gesture types. Results indicate, freehand gestures impair lateral control while micro gestures delay steering.
Renate Häuslschmid, Benjamin Menrad, Andreas
Added 27 Mar 2016
Updated 27 Mar 2016
Type Journal
Year 2015
Where 3DUI
Authors Renate Häuslschmid, Benjamin Menrad, Andreas Butz
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