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CHI
2002
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Evaluating the effectiveness of spatial memory in 2D and 3D physical and virtual environments
User interfaces can improve task performance by exploiting the powerful human capabilities for spatial cognition. This opportunity has been demonstrated by many prior experiments....
Andy Cockburn, Bruce J. McKenzie
CHI
2001
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
3D or not 3D? evaluating the effect of the third dimension in a document management system
Several recent research systems have provided interactive three-dimensional (3D) visualisations for supporting everyday work such as file and document management. But what improve...
Andy Cockburn, Bruce J. McKenzie
VR
2010
IEEE
205views Virtual Reality» more  VR 2010»
9 years 27 days ago
Exploring individual user differences in the 2D/3D interaction with medical image data
Abstract User-centered design is often performed without regard to individual user differences. In this paper, we report results of an empirical study aimed to evaluate whether com...
Elena V. Zudilova-Seinstra, Boris W. van Schooten,...
CHI
2004
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Physically large displays improve path integration in 3D virtual navigation tasks
Previous results have shown that users perform better on spatial orientation tasks involving static 2D scenes when working on physically large displays as compared to small ones. ...
Desney S. Tan, Darren Gergle, Peter Scupelli, Rand...
VR
1999
IEEE
169views Virtual Reality» more  VR 1999»
9 years 6 months ago
Hand-Held Windows: Towards Effective 2D Interaction in Immersive Virtual Environments
The study of human-computer interaction within immersive virtual environments requires us to balance what we have learned from the design and use of desktop interfaces with novel ...
Robert W. Lindeman, John L. Sibert, James K. Hahn
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