Tobit Kollenberg

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Head-mounted displays (HMDs) that use a see-through display method allow for superimposing computer-generated images upon a real-world view. Such devices, however, normally restrict the user's field of view. Furthermore, low display resolution and display curvature are suspected to make foveal as well as peripheral vision more difficult and may thus affect(More)
This report describes an eye-tracking experiment which was conducted in the context of the student project Analyse und Modellierung von Blickbewe-gungen (Analysis and Modeling of Eye Movements) in summer term 2009 at Bielefeld University. The goal was to determine the influence of head-mounted displays (HMDs) on natural visual search behavior. Subjects were(More)
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