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MHCI
2009
Springer
10 years 6 months ago
pieTouch: a direct touch gesture interface for interacting with in-vehicle information systems
Touch-sensitive displays seem like a natural and promising option for dealing with the increasing complexity of current in-vehicle information systems (IVIS), but since they can h...
Ronald Ecker, Verena Broy, Andreas Butz, Alexander...
VRST
2009
ACM
10 years 8 months ago
Visual feedback techniques for virtual pointing on stereoscopic displays
The act of pointing to graphical elements is one of the fundamental tasks in Human-Computer Interaction. In this paper we analyze visual feedback techniques for accurate pointing ...
Ferran Argelaguet, Carlos Andújar
SI3D
2012
ACM
8 years 9 months ago
Dynamic eye convergence for head-mounted displays improves user performance in virtual environments
In Virtual Environments (VE), users are often facing tasks that involve direct manipulation of virtual objects at close distances, such as touching, grabbing, placement. In immers...
Andrei Sherstyuk, Arindam Dey, Christian Sandor, A...
CODES
2006
IEEE
10 years 7 months ago
Integrated analysis of communicating tasks in MPSoCs
Predicting timing behavior is key to efficient embedded real-time system design and verification. Especially memory accesses and co-processor calls over shared communication net...
Simon Schliecker, Matthias Ivers, Rolf Ernst
CHI
2004
ACM
11 years 1 months ago
Mouse and touchscreen selection in the upper and lower visual fields
Neuroanatomical evidence indicates the human eye's visual field can be functionally divided into two vertical hemifields, each specialized for specific functions. The upper v...
Barry A. Po, Brian D. Fisher, Kellogg S. Booth
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