Hands-free multi-scale navigation in virtual environments

  title={Hands-free multi-scale navigation in virtual environments},
  author={Joseph J. LaViola and Daniel Acevedo Feliz and Daniel F. Keefe and Robert C. Zeleznik},
This paper presents a set of interaction techniques for hands-free multi-scale navigation through virtual environments. We believe that hands-free navigation, unlike the majority of navigation techniques based on hand motions, has the greatest potential for maximizing the interactivity of virtual environments since navigation modes are offloaded from modal hand gestures to more direct motions of the feet and torso. Not only are the users’ hands freed to perform tasks such as modeling… CONTINUE READING
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