Interaction Design of Dwell Selection Toward Gaze-based AR/VR Interaction

04/18/2022
by   Toshiya Isomoto, et al.
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In this paper, we first position the current dwell selection among gaze-based interactions and its advantages against head-gaze selection, which is the mainstream interface for HMDs. Next, we show how dwell selection and head-gaze selection are used in an actual interaction situation. By comparing these two selection methods, we describe the potential of dwell selection as an essential AR/VR interaction.

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