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2020 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR)
Interacting efficiently and comfortably with Augmented Reality (AR) headsets remains a major issue. We investigate the concept of mid-air pads as an alternative to gaze or direct hand input to control a cursor in windows anchored in the environment. ARPads allow users to control the cursor displayed in the headset screen through movements on a mid-air plane, which is not spatially aligned with the headset screen. We investigate a design space for ARPads, which takes into account the position ofdoi:10.1109/ismar50242.2020.00060 fatcat:ygnfaemj3vgjhos5recioyway4