Exploring the Benefits of Immersion in Abstract Information Visualization

@inproceedings{Raja2004ExploringTB,
  title={Exploring the Benefits of Immersion in Abstract Information Visualization},
  author={D Alagar Raja and Doug A. Bowman and J. Lucas and Chris North},
  year={2004}
}
The benefits of immersion with regard to information visualization applications have rarely been explored. In this paper, we describe a user study designed to explore a variety of information visualization tasks in immersive and non-immersive 3D scatterplots. In the non-immersive version the information was displayed using only one wall of the CAVE, while the immersive version used all four walls. We also examined the effects of head tracking, giving a total of four conditions: four walls in… CONTINUE READING
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