Contributions to Proceedings:

J. Belo, A. Feit, Anna Feit, T. Feuchtner, Tiare Feuchtner, K. Grønbæk:
"XRgonomics: Facilitating the Creation of Ergonomic 3D Interfaces";
in: "CHI '21: Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems", issued by: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM); ACM Digital Library, New York, NY, United States, 2021, ISBN: 9781450380966, 1 - 11.

English abstract:
Arm discomfort is a common issue in Cross Reality applications involving prolonged mid-air interaction. Solving this problem is
difficult because of the lack of tools and guidelines for 3D user interface design. Therefore, we propose a method to make existing
ergonomic metrics available to creators during design by estimating the interaction cost at each reachable position in the userīs
environment. We present XRgonomics, a toolkit to visualize the interaction cost and make it available at runtime, allowing creators
to identify UI positions that optimize usersī comfort. Two scenarios show how the toolkit can support 3D UI design and dynamic
adaptation of UIs based on spatial constraints. We present results from a walkthrough demonstration, which highlight the potential of
XRgonomics to make ergonomics metrics accessible during the design and development of 3D UIs. Finally, we discuss how the toolkit
may address design goals beyond ergonomics.

Human-centered computing; Mixed / augmented reality; Virtual reality; Systems and tools for interaction design; Accessibility design and evaluation methods; Walkthrough evaluations; Graphical user interfaces; 3D User Interfaces; Ergonomics; Toolkit

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