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A Study of Street-level Navigation Techniques in 3D Digital Cities on Mobile Touch Devices

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Abstract

To characterize currently most common interaction techniques for street-level navigation in 3D digital cities for mobile touch de- vices in terms of their efficiency and usability, we conducted a user study, where we compared target selection (Go-To), rate con- trol (Joystick), position control, and stroke-based control naviga- tion metaphors. The results suggest users performed best with the Go-To interaction technique. The subjective comments showed a preference of novices towards Go-To and expert users towards Joy- stick technique.
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hal-00931012 , version 1 (23-05-2014)

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Jacek Jankowski, Thomas Hulin, Martin Hachet. A Study of Street-level Navigation Techniques in 3D Digital Cities on Mobile Touch Devices. IEEE 3DUI - Symposium on 3D User Interfaces [short paper], Mar 2014, Minneapolis, United States. pp.35-38. ⟨hal-00931012⟩

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