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A novel 3D carousel based on pseudo-haptic feedback and gestural interaction for virtual showcasing

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4 Author(s)
Gaucher, P. ; Orange Labs. Rennes, Orange, France ; Argelaguet, F. ; Royan, J. ; Lecuyer, A.

This paper describes a novel 3D carousel intended for virtual showcasing. The carousel is based on a 3D ring menu which is rendered on a 3D display. The user interaction with the carousel is achieved by tracking the user's gestures while the behavior of the carousel is modified through physically-based pseudo-haptic effects. The pseudo-haptic effect is based on modifying the friction coefficient taking into account the relevance of the objects displayed in the carousel. In addition a magnetic effect is introduced in order to attract to the active item of the carousel. The results from a first user study are globally encouraging and provide insights about the potential of our 3D pseudo-haptic carousel for virtual showcasing.

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3D User Interfaces (3DUI), 2013 IEEE Symposium on

Date of Conference:

16-17 March 2013