Using Pinch Gloves(TM) for both Natural and Abstract Interaction Techniques in Virtual Environments
2001) Using Pinch Gloves(TM) for both Natural and Abstract Interaction Techniques in Virtual Environments. Technical Report TR-01-23, Computer Science, Virginia Tech. (
Usable three-dimensional (3D) interaction techniques are difficult to design, implement, and evaluate. One reason for this is a poor understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of the wide range of 3D input devices, and of the mapping between input devices and interaction techniques. We present an analysis of Pinch Gloves™ and their use as input devices for virtual environments (VEs). We have developed a number of novel and usable interaction techniques for VEs using the gloves, including a menu system, a technique for text input, and a two-handed navigation technique. User studies have indicated the usability and utility of these techniques.
|Item Type:||Departmental Technical Report|
|Subjects:||Computer Science > Virtual Environments|
|Deposited By:||User, Eprints|
|Deposited On:||21 May 2002|