Toward Intuitive 3D User Interfaces for Climbing, Flying and Stacking


In this paper, we propose 3D user interfaces (3DUI) that are adapted to specific Virtual Reality (VR) tasks: climbing a ladder using a puppet metaphor, piloting a drone thanks to a 3D virtual compass and stacking 3D objects with physics-based manipulation and time control. These metaphors have been designed to provide the user with an intuitive, playful and efficient way to perform each task.

In IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (IEEE VR, 3DUI track), 3DUI Contest Honorable Mention
Tiffany Luong
Tiffany Luong

My research is focused on studying user experience using objective indicators (e.g., physiological signals) in VR to understand human cognition and improve human-computer interaction.