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HUC
2009
Springer
9 years 4 months ago
Sonar-based measurement of user presence and attention
We describe a technique to detect the presence of computer users. This technique relies on sonar using hardware that already exists on commodity laptop computers and other electro...
Stephen P. Tarzia, Robert P. Dick, Peter A. Dinda,...
CHI
2004
ACM
10 years 6 days ago
Measuring presence in virtual environments
The effectiveness of virtual environments (VEs) has often been linked to the sense of presence reported by users of those VEs. (Presence is defined as the subjective experience of...
Rod McCall, Shaleph O'Neill, Fiona Carroll
HCI
2009
8 years 9 months ago
Using 3D Touch Interaction for a Multimodal Zoomable User Interface
Touchscreens are becoming the preferred input device in a growing number of applications. They are interesting devices which are more and more introduced into the automotive domain...
Florian Laquai, Markus Ablaßmeier, Tony Poit...
DIGRA
2005
Springer
9 years 5 months ago
Presence experience in mobile gaming
As a growing number of people play computer games with small-screen mobile devices such as handheld computers, mobile phones and handheld game consoles, it is important to know wh...
Jari Laarni, Niklas Ravaja, Timo Saari
IWC
2007
121views more  IWC 2007»
8 years 11 months ago
Eye movements as indices for the utility of life-like interface agents: A pilot study
We motivate an approach to evaluating the utility of life-like interface agents that is based on human eye movements rather than questionnaires. An eye tracker is employed to obta...
Helmut Prendinger, Chunling Ma, Mitsuru Ishizuka
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