Looking my way through the menu: the impact of menu design and multimodal input on gaze-based menu selection

@inproceedings{Kammerer2008LookingMW,
  title={Looking my way through the menu: the impact of menu design and multimodal input on gaze-based menu selection},
  author={Yvonne Kammerer and Katharina Scheiter and Wolfgang Beinhauer},
  booktitle={ETRA},
  year={2008}
}
In this paper a study is reported, which investigates the effectiveness of two approaches to improving gaze-based interaction for realistic and complex menu selection tasks. The first approach focuses on identifying menu designs for hierarchical menus that are particularly suitable for gaze-based interaction, whereas the second approach is based on the idea of combining gaze-based interaction with speech as a second input modality. In an experiment with 40 participants the impact of menu design… CONTINUE READING
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