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Glove Based User Interaction Techniques for Augmented Reality in an Outdoor Environment

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Glove Based User Interaction Techniques for Augmented Reality in an Outdoor Environment
: This paper presents a set of pinch glove-based user interface tools for an outdoor wearable augmented reality computer system. The main form of user interaction is the use of hand and head gestures. We have developed a set of augmented reality information presentation techniques. To support direct manipulation, the following three selection techniques have been implemented: two-handed framing, line of sight and laser beam. A new glove-based text entry mechanism has been developed to support symbolic manipulation. A scenario for a military logistics task is described to illustrate the functionality of this form of interaction.
Bruce H. Thomas, Wayne Piekarski
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where VR
Authors Bruce H. Thomas, Wayne Piekarski
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