From Gesture to Action : Natural User Interfaces

@inproceedings{Rauterberg1999FromGT,
  title={From Gesture to Action : Natural User Interfaces},
  author={Matthias Rauterberg},
  year={1999}
}
It is time to go beyond the established approaches in user-system interaction (USI). After a serious critic of well established interaction styles we discuss the two known approaches to overcome the obstacles and limitations: (1) [immersive] Virtual Reality (VR), and (2) Augmented Reality (AR). Both design strategies are diametrically opposed: VR enriches the virtual world with real humans, while AR augments the real world with intelligent features. Only with the AR design strategy humans are… CONTINUE READING

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