Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality

Pfeiffer T (2012)
In: Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012. IEEE: 89-90.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Swiftness and robustness of natural communication is tied to the redundancy and complementarity found in our multimodal communication. Swiftness and robustness of human-computer interaction (HCI) is also a key to the success of a virtual reality (VR) environment. The interpretation of multimodal interaction signals has therefore been considered a high goal in VR research, e.g. following the visions of Bolt's put-that-there in 1980. It is our impression that research on user interfaces for VR systems has been focused primarily on finding and evaluating technical solutions and thus followed a technology-oriented approach to HCI. In this article, we argue to complement this by a human-oriented approach based on the observation of human-human interaction. The aim is to find models of human-human interaction that can be used to create user interfaces that feel natural. As the field of Linguistics is dedicated to the observation and modeling of human-human communication, it could be worthwhile to approach natural user interfaces from a linguistic perspective. We expect at least two benefits from following this approach. First, the human-oriented approach substantiates our understanding of natural human interactions. Second, it brings about a new perspective by taking the interaction capabilities of a human addressee into account, which are not often explicitly considered or compared with that of the system. As a consequence of following both approaches to create user interfaces, we expect more general models of human interaction to emerge.
Stichworte
Linguistics; Virtual Reality; Human-Computer Interaction; Deixis; Multimodal Communication
Erscheinungsjahr
2012
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012
Seite(n)
89-90
Konferenz
IEEE Virtual Reality 2012
Konferenzort
Orange County, CA, USA
Konferenzdatum
2012-03-04
ISBN
978-1-4673-1246-2
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2476753

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Pfeiffer T. Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality. In: Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012. IEEE; 2012: 89-90.
Pfeiffer, T. (2012). Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality. Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012, 89-90
Pfeiffer, T. (2012). “Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality” in Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012 (IEEE), 89-90.
Pfeiffer, T., 2012. Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality. In Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012. IEEE, pp. 89-90.
T. Pfeiffer, “Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality”, Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012, IEEE, 2012, pp.89-90.
Pfeiffer, T.: Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality. Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012. p. 89-90. IEEE (2012).
Pfeiffer, Thies. “Towards a Linguistically Motivated Model for Selection in Virtual Reality”. Proceedings of the IEEE Virtual Reality 2012. IEEE, 2012. 89-90.

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