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HICSS
2003
IEEE
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12 years 2 months ago
The Gender Factor in Virtual Reality Navigation and Wayfinding
An area of interest that remains to be more thoroughly investigated is that of human navigation and wayfinding in VR. This study attempted to examine the effect of gender on VR na...
Joaquin Vila, Barbara Beccue, Sachin Anandikar
IJMMS
2000
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11 years 9 months ago
Cognitive and gender factors influencing navigation in a virtual environment
Tim R. H. Cutmore, Trevor J. Hine, Kerry J. Maberl...
IV
2000
IEEE
152views Visualization» more  IV 2000»
12 years 1 months ago
Effects of Desktop 3D World Design on User Navigation and Search Performance
Desktop virtual reality (VR) offers a powerful environment for visualizing structure in large information sets. In well-designed virtual worlds, users can employ skills from wayfi...
David Modjeska, John A. Waterworth
HCI
2007
11 years 11 months ago
Evaluation of Wayfinding Aids Interface in Virtual Environment
It is difficult for a navigator to find a way to a given target location in an unfamiliar environment. Often, wayfinding guidance such as an overview map is provided to assist the ...
Anna Wu, Wei Zhang, Bo Hu, Xiaolong Zhang
CHI
2003
ACM
12 years 10 months ago
Women go with the (optical) flow
Previous research reported interesting gender effects involving specific benefits for females navigating with wider fields of view on large displays. However, it was not clear wha...
Desney S. Tan, Mary Czerwinski, George G. Robertso...
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