Novel Uses of Pinch Gloves™ for Virtual Environment Interaction Techniques

  title={Novel Uses of Pinch Gloves™ for Virtual Environment Interaction Techniques},
  author={Doug A. Bowman and Chadwick A. Wingrave and J. M. Campbell and V. Q. Ly and C. J. Rhoton},
  journal={Virtual Reality},
The usability of three-dimensional (3D) interaction techniques depends upon both the interface software and the physical devices used. However, little research has addressed the issue of mapping 3D input devices to interaction techniques and applications. This is especially crucial in the field of Virtual Environments (VEs), where there exists a wide range of potential 3D input devices. In this paper, we discuss the use of Pinch Gloves™ – gloves that report contact between two or more fingers… CONTINUE READING
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