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Spotlight on Off-Screen Points of Interest in Handheld Augmented Reality
Proceedings of the 2019 ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces - ISS '19
Navigating Augmented Reality (AR) environments with a handheld device often requires users to access digital contents (i.e. Points of Interests -POIs) associated with physical objects outside the field of view of the device's camera. Halo3D is a technique that displays the location of off-screen POIs as halos (arcs) along the edges of the screen. Halo3D reduces clutter by aggregating POIs but has not been evaluated. The results of a first experiment show that an enhanced version of Halo3D wasdoi:10.1145/3343055.3359719 dblp:conf/tabletop/PereaMN19 fatcat:amkv7vxevrcn5jvidrzjgqdvay