Mixed-Reality Interfaces to Immersive Projection Systems

A Steed, S Benford, N Dalton, C Greenhalgh, I MacColl, CN Randell, H Schnädelbach

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Abstract

In our everyday presentations of an immersive projection technology (IPT)system we have noted some problems and issues that can detract from the overall experience. In this paper we take the view that in order to make a successful demonstration of an IPT system, it is important to consider the complete experience, from preparation to enter, to retirement from the place of the demonstration. This view is grounded in previous work on the sense of presence in virtual environments. We discuss some possible solutions to some of the problems we have found in our IPT presentations and illustrate a few of these by presenting some observations from a recent workshop where we implemented some of these solutions.
Translated title of the contributionMixed-Reality Interfaces to Immersive Projection Systems
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2002

Bibliographical note

Conference Proceedings/Title of Journal: Immersive Projection Technology Workshop

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