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Multimodal Menu Presentation and Selection in Immersive Virtual Environments

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Multimodal Menu Presentation and Selection in Immersive Virtual Environments
Usability has become one of the key ingredients in making virtual reality (VR) systems work, and a big part of a usable VR system is in the design of effective interface/interaction schemes. During the past few years, several empirical studies have been conducted to evaluate the usability of generic interaction techniques in the context of virtual environment design. As a continued effort in this line of research, we investigate in the usability of various menu presentation and multimodal selection schemes in immersive virtual environments. It is often required to make commands in a virtual environment, and when there are many number of available commands with a complex structure, a hierarchical menu has been one of the most popular choices. While the task of menu selection may be viewed as a composite task of manipulation and selection, and therefore, we can certainly build on the prior research in generic interaction tasks, there are also enough idiosyncrasies that warrant a more in...
Namgyu Kim, Gerard Jounghyun Kim, Chan-Mo Park, In
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where VR
Authors Namgyu Kim, Gerard Jounghyun Kim, Chan-Mo Park, Inseok Lee, Sung H. Lim
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