CS 3724 - Human Computer Interaction - Summer 2005 -- Pardha S. Pyla
Extra Credit Opportunities
Information-Rich Virtual Environments
We in 3DI group is conducting
a research project to investigate the effects of display parameters on
human performance in Information- Rich Virtual Environments (IRVEs). We
are now on the stage of formal user study, thus looking for participants
to help us evaluating different display techniques. The experiment consists
of a training session and a task performing session, and you will be asked
to navigate through a virtual environment and complete specific tasks.
Voice Awareness Experiment
This study will explore your responses to a voice-based notification system that uses different voices to notify you of new information. The experiment involves simple game-playing while listening to voice output through headphones. It should take about 30 minutes to complete the study (though please allow at least 45 minutes in signing up). To sign up, please email Saurabh Bhatia (firstname.lastname@example.org) - time slots will be available this week (June 20th) starting Wednesday. The experiment will take place in McBryde 104C.
Applications have different characteristics and interfaces have different styles. The purpose of this study is to look at how domain characteristics and interface styles could help interface design. During the experiment, you will be using three interfaces to manipulate objects in an immersive virtual environment.
Time: anytime Thursday, June
2nd after 6pm
To sign up: by email Jian Chen (email@example.com). Please tell me your name and the time of your choice.