Pies with EYEs: the limits of hierarchical pie menus in gaze control

@inproceedings{Urbina2010PiesWE,
  title={Pies with EYEs: the limits of hierarchical pie menus in gaze control},
  author={Mario H. Urbina and M. Lorenz and A. Huckauf},
  booktitle={ETRA '10},
  year={2010}
}
  • Mario H. Urbina, M. Lorenz, A. Huckauf
  • Published in ETRA '10 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Pie menus offer several features which are advantageous especially for gaze control. Although the optimal number of slices per pie and of depth layers has already been established for manual control, these values may differ in gaze control due to differences in spatial accuracy and congitive processing. Therefore, we investigated the layout limits for hierarchical pie menu in gaze control. Our user study indicates that providing six slices in multiple depth layers guarantees fast and accurate… CONTINUE READING

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