Conference proceedings article
Empirical Studies on an Augmented Reality User Interface for a Head Based Virtual Retinal Display



Publication Details
Authors:
Oehme, O.; Wiedenmaier, S.; Schmidt, L.; Luczak, H.
Editor:
Smith, M. J.; Salvendy, G.
Publisher:
Erlbaum
Place:
Mahwah
Publication year:
2001
Pages range:
1026-1030
Book title:
Systems, Social and Internationalization Design Aspects of Human-Computer Interaction: Proceedings of the HCI International 2001 (New Orleans 2001)
ISBN:
080583608X

Abstract
Numerous experimental studies on the design of user interfaces of common desktop monitors exist, whereas empirical studies concerning the design of an Augmented Reality user interface are unknown. Therefore, recommendations relating to the optimal representation size of virtual information for an head mounted display with see through mode, which is used for Augmented Reality, cannot be given at the moment. In order to apply this new technology successfully to an industrial area, such information is urgently necessary. For this reason, three different kinds of displays were tested in this study regarding human information perception. Thus, the smallest target size necessary to provide successful information processing could be determined for different tasks. This study gives exemplary results obtained through tests with the prototype of a Virtual Retinal Displa


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