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Software to prototype 3D Interaction Technique Empirical Evaluation

Abstract : Designing usable and effective 3D Interaction Technique (3D IT) is very challenging for system developers and human factors specialists. Indeed, time consuming empirical evaluation is necessary to have an idea about the goodness of 3D IT at the end of its development lifecycle. This may induce a huge loss of time if the result appears to be not satisfying at the end. We have designed and implemented an Empirical Evaluation Assistant to rapidly gather significant feedbacks about the usability of 3D IT during its development lifecycle. Thus, it may be possible to enhance iteratively the 3D IT before it would be classically evaluated by ergonomics experts at the end of its development lifecycle. EEA has been used to gather results about a 3D IT developed in our research laboratory which is still under study. Results show that EEA has permitted to redesign some characteristics of this 3D IT.
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Christophe Domingues, Samir Otmane, Frédéric Davesne, Malik Mallem. Software to prototype 3D Interaction Technique Empirical Evaluation. 10th ACM/IEEE Virtual Reality International Conference (VRIC 2008), Apr 2008, Laval, France. pp.45--55. ⟨hal-00339459⟩



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