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Physically large displays improve performance on spatial tasks

Desney S. Tan, Darren Gergle, Peter Scupelli, Randy Pausch
2006 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Results from the first two experiments suggest that physically large displays, even when viewed at identical visual angles as smaller ones, help users perform better on mental rotation tasks.  ...  In this article we present four experiments comparing the performance of users working on a large projected wall display to that of users working on a standard desktop monitor.  ...  multiple display systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1143518.1143521 fatcat:xfs4faeam5e4hamqjsq7k65mre

Bigger is better: Large visual displays improve spatial knowledge of a virtual environment

J. Z. Bakdash, J. S. Augustyn, D. R. Proffitt
2010 Journal of Vision  
This study examined the effect of physical display size on spatial knowledge of a virtual environment (VE).  ...  Previous research by Tan (2004) found that performance for a path integration task in a VE was superior on a large display compared to a small one, even with visual angle held constant.  ...  Introduction Introduction Large displays have also been shown to improve performance on cognitive tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1167/6.6.907 fatcat:l7lweaexjngnza4vcsu6pewrtu

Move to improve

Robert Ball, Chris North, Doug A. Bowman
2007 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '07  
Increased physical navigation on larger displays correlates with reduced virtual navigation and improved user performance.  ...  The study identifies specific relationships between display size, amount of physical and virtual navigation, and user task performance.  ...  [17] show how strategies and heuristics can change or be improved in spatial environments with large displays.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1240624.1240656 dblp:conf/chi/BallNB07 fatcat:f6s2vsq4pjdivbymgevifiqhde

Studying the Effects of Stereo, Head Tracking, and Field of Regard on a Small-Scale Spatial Judgment Task

Eric D. Ragan, Regis Kopper, Philip Schuchardt, Doug A. Bowman
2013 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
In this research, we independently controlled field of regard, stereoscopy, and head-tracked rendering to study their effects on the performance of a task involving precise spatial inspections of complex  ...  The overall results suggest that the addition of the higher fidelity system features support performance improvements in making small-scale spatial judgments.  ...  We saw this in our earlier study [15] , in which the higher levels of display and viewing interaction fidelity significantly improved performance on some spatial tasks, but not others.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2012.163 pmid:22868674 fatcat:spbnwc2r4zbwhmfta67w5ldwhi

Physically large displays improve path integration in 3D virtual navigation tasks

Desney S. Tan, Darren Gergle, Peter G. Scupelli, Randy Pausch
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '04  
Previous results have shown that users perform better on spatial orientation tasks involving static 2D scenes when working on physically large displays as compared to small ones.  ...  In this work, we extend those findings, demonstrating that users are more effective at performing 3D virtual navigation tasks on large displays.  ...  large display systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/985692.985748 dblp:conf/chi/TanGSP04 fatcat:wqtlpm44pvbcxgqjzma6344ssm

The Perceptual Scalability of Visualization

Beth Yost, Chris North
2006 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
However, results also suggest that encoding is more important on a smaller display while spatial grouping is more important on a larger display.  ...  Participants performed various overview and detail tasks on geospatially-referenced multidimensional time-series data.  ...  Even if the visual angle is maintained, simply having a physically larger display improved performance on spatial tasks [15] and there is evidence that the spatial performance gender gap is narrowed  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2006.184 pmid:17080807 fatcat:3ocqov5o5vgurlmhezjafz77mi

With similar visual angles, larger displays improve spatial performance

Desney S. Tan, Darren Gergle, Peter Scupelli, Randy Pausch
2003 Proceedings of the conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '03  
Results from the first study indicate that although there was no significant difference in performance on a reading comprehension task, users performed about 26% better on a spatial orientation task done  ...  on the large display.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Dennis Proffitt and his Perceptual Psychology Lab, the Stage 3 Research Lab, and Azizan Aziz for stimulating discussions on multiple display systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/642611.642650 dblp:conf/chi/TanGSP03 fatcat:jdi76cffenaehfk2zh3eh2hgli

With similar visual angles, larger displays improve spatial performance

Desney S. Tan, Darren Gergle, Peter Scupelli, Randy Pausch
2003 Proceedings of the conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '03  
Results from the first study indicate that although there was no significant difference in performance on a reading comprehension task, users performed about 26% better on a spatial orientation task done  ...  on the large display.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Dennis Proffitt and his Perceptual Psychology Lab, the Stage 3 Research Lab, and Azizan Aziz for stimulating discussions on multiple display systems.  ... 
doi:10.1145/642647.642650 fatcat:fsffrl6qu5gzlm4csljyugdh6i

Large displays enhance spatial knowledge of a virtual environment

Jonathan Z. Bakdash, Jason S. Augustyn, Dennis R. Proffitt
2006 Proceedings of the 3rd symposium on Applied perception in graphics and visualization - APGV '06  
Previous research has found performance for several egocentric tasks to be superior on physically large displays relative to smaller ones, even when visual angle is held constant.  ...  In our experiment, we examined if using a large display to learn a virtual environment (VE) would improve egocentric knowledge of the target locations.  ...  Also, people reported that they felt more like they were "there" when watching action movie clips on large screen [Reeves et al. 1993 ]. Large displays also improve performance on cognitive tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1140491.1140503 dblp:conf/apgv/BakdashAP06 fatcat:vptol772mjbcjaspkbpg7kh7pi

The effect of egocentric body movements on users' navigation performance and spatial memory in zoomable user interfaces

Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Simon Butscher, Harald Reiterer
2013 Proceedings of the 2013 ACM international conference on Interactive tabletops and surfaces - ITS '13  
We present two experiments examining the impact of navigation techniques on users' navigation performance and spatial memory in a zoomable user interface (ZUI).  ...  The results indicate a 47% decrease in path lengths and a 34% decrease in task time in favor of egocentric navigation, but no significant effect on users' spatial memory immediately after a navigation  ...  First, in the navigation task, users search for specific objects on a large spatial canvas, and second, a recall task in which users need to precisely recall the locations of objects based on their spatial  ... 
doi:10.1145/2512349.2512811 dblp:conf/tabletop/RadleJBR13 fatcat:zwhv2bqibjfhfkkkh56m5ynaki

Beyond visual acuity

Beth Yost, Yonca Haciahmetoglu, Chris North
2007 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '07  
Results showed that performance on most tasks was more efficient and sometimes more accurate because of the additional data that could be displayed, despite the physical navigation that was required.  ...  Visualization design issues on large displays are also discussed.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank the reviewers for the time and effort they put into the insightful reviews that helped improve this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1240624.1240639 dblp:conf/chi/YostHN07 fatcat:evqjxbrmlrcadccfz4qbnaoc3a

Shaping the Display of the Future: The Effects of Display Size and Curvature on User Performance and Insights

Lauren Shupp, Christopher Andrews, Margaret Dickey-Kurdziolek, Beth Yost, Chris North
2009 Human-Computer Interaction  
As display technology continues to improve, there will be an increasing diversity in the available display form factors and scales.  ...  This paper presents two experiments in which user performance was evaluated on a high-resolution (96 DPI), high pixel-count (approximately 32 million pixels) display for single-user scenarios in both flat  ...  benefits for users performing spatial tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370020902739429 fatcat:khcx5ixqzvcfzjoxsq2h6axl54

Memory in Motion

Johannes Zagermann, Ulrike Pfeil, Daniel Fink, Philipp von Bauer, Harald Reiterer
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '17  
People's ability to remember and recall spatial information can be harnessed to improve navigation and search performances in interactive systems.  ...  Our findings show that the impact of input modality and display size on spatial memory is not straightforward, but characterized by trade-offs between spatial memory, efficiency, and user satisfaction.  ...  [26, 27] showed that physically large displays increase performance on spatial tasks such as 3D navigation, mental map formation and memory tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3025453.3026001 dblp:conf/chi/ZagermannPFBR17 fatcat:wl5ey2ixyfd3nfnbe4bhkbu2ma

Effects of display size and navigation type on a classification task

Can Liu, Olivier Chapuis, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Eric Lecolinet, Wendy E. Mackay
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
Based on our observations of real uses of a wall display, this task represents a large category of applications.  ...  We report on a controlled experiment that uses this task to compare physical navigation in front of a wall-size display with virtual navigation using panand-zoom on the desktop.  ...  [12] demonstrate the impact of visual encodings on physical navigation on large displays and show that physical navigation improves user performance.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557020 dblp:conf/chi/LiuCBLM14 fatcat:setjk5ikkfhzzimhivehkkidza

Bigger is not always better

Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Jens Müller, Harald Reiterer
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
Users can view the map through handheld, spatially aware displays that serve as peepholes and navigate the map by moving these displays in physical space.  ...  Dynamic peephole navigation of a map was simulated on a large vertical screen (left).  ...  Third, compared to the size of S3 and S4, we used a large map and a large physical navigation space with a 1:1 control-display ratio.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557071 dblp:conf/chi/RadleJMR14 fatcat:qnkvyqqbyfhazcfeotrqsvscim
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