Human factors in instructional augmented reality for intravehicular spaceflight activities and How gravity influences the setup of interfaces operated by direct object selection

Daniela Markov-Vetter
In human spaceflight, advanced user interfaces are becoming an interesting mean to facilitate human-machine interaction, enhancing and guaranteeing the sequences of intravehicular space operations. The efforts made to ease such operations have shown strong interests in novel human-computer interaction like Augmented Reality (AR). The work presented in this thesis is directed towards a user-driven design for AR-assisted space operations, iteratively solving issues arisen from the problem space,
more » ... hich also includes the consideration of the effect of altered gravity on handling such interfaces.
doi:10.18453/rosdok_id00002362 fatcat:finp3a4b2rgg7atl7jdqoziwpm