Using multimodal interaction to navigate in arbitrary virtual VRML worlds

@inproceedings{Althoff2001UsingMI,
  title={Using multimodal interaction to navigate in arbitrary virtual VRML worlds},
  author={Frank Althoff and Gregor McGlaun and Bj246rn Schuller and Peter Morguet and Manfred K. Lang},
  booktitle={PUI '01},
  year={2001}
}
In this paper we present a multimodal interface for navigating in arbitrary virtual VRML worlds. Conventional haptic devices like keyboard, mouse, joystick and touchscreen can freely be combined with special Virtual-Reality hardware like spacemouse, data glove and position tracker. As a key feature, the system additionally provides intuitive input by command and natural speech utterances as well as dynamic head and hand gestures. The commuication of the interface components is based on the… CONTINUE READING
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