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Shake-your-head

Léo Terziman, Maud Marchal, Mathieu Emily, Franck Multon, Bruno Arnaldi, Anatole Lécuyer
2010 Proceedings of the 17th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology - VRST '10  
In this paper, we propose to revisit the whole pipeline of the Walking-In-Place technique to match a larger set of configurations and apply it notably to the context of desktop Virtual Reality.  ...  The Walking-In-Place interaction technique was introduced to navigate infinitely in 3D virtual worlds by walking in place in the real world.  ...  Shake-Your-Head: Revisiting WIP for Desktop VR We propose to revisit the whole pipeline of the Walking-In-Place technique to match a larger set of configurations and apply it to the context of desktop  ... 
doi:10.1145/1889863.1889867 dblp:conf/vrst/TerzimanMEMAL10 fatcat:y32cuft4urgwhiw4xhtsengcvi

Walking Without Moving [article]

Niels Chr. Nilsson
2016 Ph.d.-serien for Det Teknisk-Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet, Aalborg Universitet  
[138] proposed an alternative technique named Shake-Your-Head (SYH).  ...  The so-called Shake-Your-Head technique, proposed by Terziman et al. [39] , relies on lat-3 105 eral head oscillation for walking.  ...  Individuals tend to find realistic walking speeds too slow when relying on treadmill walking or Walking-in-Place (WIP) techniques for virtual travel.  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.engsci.00157 fatcat:ackk76zvbnh7jmmar3l43phahy

Comfortable and usable locomotion techniques in virtual reality [article]

Bhuvaneswari Sarupuri, University Of Canterbury
2020
Locomotion in Virtual reality (VR) is still an open problem with half solutions.  ...  Keeping the characteristics of an ideal locomotion technique as context, we developed TriggerWalking; a Bio-mechanically inspired locomotion user interface for efficient, realistic virtual walking.  ...  This idea of using multiple locomotion techniques helped us develop a possible solution for travelling in complex VEs. "Shake your head" technique uses head gestures for locomotion.  ... 
doi:10.26021/932 fatcat:ubwmhb2o65bsfbzre4u7kitcye

Eating identities: reading food in Asian American literature

2008 ChoiceReviews  
As you shake your head, vehemently denying you ever ran with wolves, your lips involuntarily peel back, baring your teeth, and you snarl and growl. (347-348) 8 Genius' parable powerfully indicts capitalism  ...  virtually no English" (7) .  ...  Apparent in Hall's theorization of the position of enunciation, "place" here has little relationship to physical locations.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.45-4850 fatcat:wzlnag3tpbddlh3vxpg5cmztti

Reading media: a phenomenology of reading in a multimodal context

Khyiah Angel
2022
The artefact is a young adult multimodal novel, generically named a mBook, for the 14+ reading demographic.  ...  In trying to identify his stalker, Ben is forced to confront issues with alcohol, and process grief of the loss of significant people in his life.  ...  "Are shaking your head because it isn't? Or because you can't tell me it isn't?" Ben looked at the video again. It was him all right.  ... 
doi:10.25949/19439927 fatcat:omzqr7u5ljbybiraq3omqftlsa

Literacy Experiences: An Exploration Of Young Children's Orientations, Identities, And Affective Relations With Text

Lucy Jane Rodriguez León
2020
premise that literacy is socially constructed and culturally shaped, this study extends sociocultural perspectives by demonstrating that each encounter with text is also a unique and personal experience for  ...  Traditionally, in educational discourses early literacy development has tended to be thought of in terms of measurable learning outcomes.  ...  The project supervisor is Jane Payler, Professor of Education Stuart Hall Building, 2nd Floor Walton Hall Milton Keynes MK7 6AA 01908 654363 jane.payler@open.ac.uk If you would then like for you and your  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.000112db fatcat:26fw7jvvdza77jw37326ln237m