Doctoral Consortium 4 - Human-Computer Interaction Patterns for Head-Mounted-Device-based Augmented Reality in the Exhibition Domain
Head-mounted-device (HMD) based augmented reality (AR) applications bring new opportunities to the exhibition domain. However, first-time users such as exhibition visitors are not familiar with the interaction method of the HMD, which also brings challenges to exhibition authors while implementing HMD-based AR technologies. This research project focuses on the accessibility of HMD-based AR applications in the exhibition domain. It explores potential interaction patterns based on the technical features of the HMD for exhibition-related use cases. Both information system research and design research methods are applied while exploring interaction solutions for human factor challenges. Several prototypes will be created and iteratively tested and evaluated at the exhibition for generalizing effective and accessible interaction patterns. As a result, we will achieve a pattern-based interaction system as an artifact with integrated design knowledge. This will support the future development of AR authoring tools.
HOW TO CITE (APA)
Liu, Y. (2022). Human-Computer Interaction Patterns for Head-Mounted-Device-based Augmented Reality in the Exhibition Domain. In Doctoral Consortium - ACM International Conference on Interactive Media Experiences: IMX 2022 (pp. 21–26). Aveiro, Portugal.