Evaluating Motion Constraints for 3D Wayfinding in Immersive and Desktop Virtual Environments

author: Niklas Elmqvist, Laboratory for Computer Science, University of Paris-Sud 11
published: May 29, 2008,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 135

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Studies the benefit of motion constraints for assisting 3D navigation in desktop and immersive environments. Presents a technique for desktop computers that outperforms immersive displays in terms of wayfinding efficiency.

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