Observing and adapting user behavior in navigational 3D interfaces

@inproceedings{Celentano2004ObservingAA,
  title={Observing and adapting user behavior in navigational 3D interfaces},
  author={Augusto Celentano and Fabio Pittarello},
  booktitle={AVI},
  year={2004}
}
In a navigation-oriented interaction paradigm, such as desktop, mixed and augmented virtual reality, recognizing the user needs is a valuable improvement, provided that the system is able to correctly anticipate the user actions. Methodologies for adapting both navigation and content allow the user to interact with a customized version of the 3D world, lessening the cognitive load needed for accomplishing tasks such as finding places and objects, and acting on virtual devices.This work… CONTINUE READING