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Poster: Analysis of Performance in Precise 3D Curve Input Tasks in Virtual Reality

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Poster: Analysis of Performance in Precise 3D Curve Input Tasks in Virtual Reality. Daniel F. Keefe, David H. Laidlaw. IEEE Visualization (Best Posters Session) (2007)

Abstract

Predictive models for human performance, such as Fitts’ Law and the Steering Law, are useful tools for developers of interactive applications because they help guide us toward effective and efficient interface designs. In this poster, we present a mathematical model in this style that is meant to characterize performance in precise, continuous 3D input tasks, such as making an exact tracing of a 3D curve presented in virtual reality (VR).

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