Bare hand interaction with a virtual object reduces uncomfortableness with devices mounted on a user's hand. There are some studies on the bare hand interaction[Benko et al. 2012], however a virtual object is supposed to be a hard object or a user touches a physical object during the bare hand interaction. We focus on grasping a virtual object without using… (More)
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