Exploration input modalities for interacting with augmented paper maps

Abstract : Interactive geographic maps are today widely available, but remain mostly limited to standard interaction contexts. We introduce a spatial augmented reality map, in which a virtual map is projected on a physical piece of paper. In a preliminary study we compared interaction techniques based on multi-touch, tangible and spatial modalities for three common map functions: zooming, panning, and changing the basemap. Our results suggest that object-based and spatial interaction may be advantageous over multi-touch in our augmented reality setup.
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Julia Chatain, Marie Demangeat, Anke Brock, Didier Laval, Martin Hachet. Exploration input modalities for interacting with augmented paper maps. Conférence Francophone sur l’interaction Homme-Machine, Oct 2015, Toulouse, France. Conférence Francophone sur l’interaction Homme-Machine. ⟨hal-01218417⟩

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