Enhancing the Gaming Experience Using 3D Spatial User Interface Technologies.

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Summary of "Enhancing the Gaming Experience Using 3D Spatial User Interface Technologies."

Three-dimensional (3D) spatial user interface technologies have the potential to make games more immersive and engaging and thus provide a better user experience. Although technologies such as stereoscopic 3D display, head tracking, and gesture-based control are available for games, it is still unclear how their use affects gameplay and if there are any user performance benefits. The authors have conducted several experiments on these technologies in game environments to understand how they affect gameplay and how we can use them to optimize the gameplay experience.


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Name: IEEE computer graphics and applications
ISSN: 1558-1756
Pages: 16-23


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