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Previous studies show users navigate physically when interacting with information on large displays by rotating their chair. ... ChairMouse captures this natural chair movement and translates it into large-scale cursor movement while still maintaining standard mouse usage for local cursor movement. ... The purpose of the study was to shed light on usability issues of embodied passive and active interaction techniques for spatial interaction on large, high-resolution displays. ...doi:10.1145/1979742.1979628 dblp:conf/chi/EndertFCSAN11 fatcat:g7vrbncwwbbw5hmmzomiqiuyau
We implement interaction techniques that zoom and pan, query and relate, and adapt visualizations based on tracking of users' position in relation to a large high-resolution display. ... Among other things, the results show promise for changing zoom level or visual representation with the user's physical distance to a large display. ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work has been supported in part by the Danish Council for Strategic Research grant 10-092316. ...doi:10.1109/tvcg.2013.166 pmid:24051805 fatcat:5ekofi7idrdh7dnyubzsvop2g4
alt.chi | ChairMouse: Leveraging Natural Chair Rotation for Cursor Navigation on Large, High-Resolution Displays PAPER | Zero-Fidelity Simulation of Fire Emergency Response: Improving Team Coordination ... Presents ChairMouse, a passive interaction technique for large displays. ...doi:10.1145/1978942.1979229 dblp:conf/chi/LinehanKLC11 fatcat:xxy5vdbobbbh3dbwkzh6w76zqq