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Alternative tools for tangible interaction: a usability evaluation
Proceedings. International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality
In this work we compare an in-house designed Tangible User Interface (TUI) with three alternative single-user tools through an empirical investigation. These three alternative tools are a 3D physical, a 2D cardboard, and a mathematical tool. We expected the 3D physical to perform best, followed by the TUI, the 2D cardboard, and the mathematical tool. A pilot study was first carried out, the results of which were used to design a major experiment. Participants solved the same positioningdoi:10.1109/ismar.2002.1115085 dblp:conf/ismar/FjeldSSK02 fatcat:xef44qyq5fb37mlm66f6xloxo4