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The gMenu User Interface for Virtual Reality Systems and Environments

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The gMenu User Interface for Virtual Reality Systems and Environments
Desktop computers are able to provide a user interface with many features that allow the user to perform tasks such as execute applications load files and edit data. The gMenu system proposed in this paper is a step closer to having these same facilities in virtual reality systems. The gMenu can currently be used to perform a selection of common tasks provided by a user interface, for example executing or closing virtual reality applications or scenes. It is fully customisable and can be used to create many different styles of menu by both programmers and users. It also has shown promising results bringing some of the system based commands into the virtual environment, as well as keeping the functionality and adaptions required by applications. The use cases presented demonstrate a collection of these abilities. Key words: 3D User Interfaces, Virtual Reality
Andrew Dunk, Adrian Haffegee
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Updated 26 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICCS
Authors Andrew Dunk, Adrian Haffegee
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