“Interactively mitigating visual confusion by using a visual mixing board” by Laidlaw

  • ©David H. Laidlaw

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    Interactively mitigating visual confusion by using a visual mixing board

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    This paper presents the idea of a visual mixing board, a new user interface that provides control over the appearance of rendered scientific data in a CAVE [2]. The mixing board controls visibility of the objects contained in the scene. For each type of data in the rendered dataset, the user can control how visually apparent the objects that represent that type of data are. As well as proposing the idea of a visual mixing board, this paper reports that this interface has promise for implementation, as found through a preliminary Wizard of Oz [1] evaluation.

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    1. N. Dahlbäck, et al, 3rd Conf. on Appl. Nat. Lang. Processing
    2. C. Crus-Neira, et al, SIGGRAPH 1993
    3. Daniel F. Keefe, et al, SIGGRAPH 2001
    4. Johnson, A. E., et al IEEE Trans. on PMMI.
    5. Lee at al ISBN:978-3-540-28226-6 pp. 839–848


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