Natural Eye-based Gaze Interaction
Shared Physiological Cues
User-defined Gestures for AR
Physically-based Interaction in AR
Exploring Spatial Scale Perception in Immersive VR
for Risk Assessment in Interior Design
One of the utilities of Virtual Reality is to provide its users with new perspectives, which is a promising application for architectural and interior design. We investigate the effects of varying spatial scale perception (SSP), the perception of risks, and the ability to detect them in the virtual environment. We conducted a user study where participants experienced four unique perspectives, that of a two-year-old child, an eight-year-old child, an adult and a person in a wheelchair by manipulating their virtual inter-pupillary distance and eye height.
Zhang J, Piumsomboon T, Dong Z, Bai X, Hoermann S, Lindeman R. Exploring Spatial Scale Perception in Immersive Virtual Reality for Risk Assessment in Interior Design. InExtended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2020 Apr 25 (pp. 1-8).