Climb, Fly, Stack: Design of Tangible and Gesture-Based Interfaces for Natural and Efficient Interaction

Abstract : This paper describes three novel 3D interaction metaphors conceived to fulfill the three tasks proposed in the current edition of the IEEE VR 3DUI Contest. We propose the VladdeR, a tangible interface for Virtual laddeR climbing, the FPDrone, a First Person Drone control flying interface, and the Dice Cup, a tangible interface for virtual object stacking. All three interactions take advantage of body proprioception and previous knowledge of real life interactions without the need of complex interaction mechanics: climbing a tangible ladder through arm and leg motions, control a drone like a child flies an imaginary plane by extending your arms or stacking objects as you will grab and stack dice with a dice cup.
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Alexandre Audinot, Emeric Goga, Vincent Goupil, Carl-Johan Jorqensen, Adrien Reuzeau, et al.. Climb, Fly, Stack: Design of Tangible and Gesture-Based Interfaces for Natural and Efficient Interaction. VR 2018 - IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces, Mar 2018, Reutlingen, Germany. pp.856-857, ⟨10.1109/VR.2018.8446244⟩. ⟨hal-01949804⟩

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