[VR 2018] Evaluation of hand-based interaction for near-field mixed reality with optical see-through head-mounted displays


Hand-based interaction is one of the most widely-used interaction modes in the applications based on optical see-through head-mounted displays (OST-HMDs). In this paper, such interaction modes as gesture-based interaction (GBI) and physics-based interaction (PBI) are developed to construct a mixed reality system to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of different interaction modes for near-field mixed reality. The experimental results show that PBI leads to a better performance of users regarding their work efficiency in the proposed tasks. The statistical analysis of T-test has been adopted to prove that the difference of efficiency between different interaction modes is significant.

In 2018 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR)
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Zhenliang Zhang
Zhenliang Zhang
Research Scientist of AI

My research interests include wearable computing, machine learning, Cognitive Reasoning, and mixed/virtual reality.