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Title: A Nose Gesture Interface Device: Extending Virtual Realities


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A Nose Gesture Interface Device Extending
Virtual Realities
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Saved the most important for last
  • A Nose Gesture Interface Device Extending
    Virtual Realities
  • Tyson R. Henry, Scott E. Hudson, Andrey K.
    Yeatts, Brad A. Myers, and Steven Feiner,
    Proceedings of UIST 91, November 11 - 13, 1991,
    Hilton Head, NC, pp. 65-68
  • http//www.acm.org/pubs/citations/proceedings/uist
    /120782/p65-henry/

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Some of the most important VR work ever published
  • Had its own special session at UIST 91
  • Reprinted in Presence (the main VR journal),
    April 1992.
  • Will recreate the presentation here

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A Nose Gesture Interface Device Extending
Virtual Realities
  • Tyson Henry University of New Mexico
  • Scott Hudson Carnegie Mellon
  • Andrey Yeatts University of Arizona
  • Brad Myers Carnegie Mellon
  • Steven Feiner Columbia University
  • at the University of Arizona in 1991

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Motivation
  • Current virtual reality systems are just too
    limited
  • Goal improved sense of presence
  • Extensions to other senses
  • Full body interaction

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Rhino-Virtual Realities
  • The potential of the nose has been sorely
    neglected in previous systems
  • To remedy this we have developed ...

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The DATANOSE
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Offers Support for True Multi-Modal Interaction
  • Works with conventional graphical interfaces...

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A New Suction Based Dragging Technique
Hoovering
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  • Also works with older (text based) interface
    styles...

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Hardware Design
  • The Early Prototypes

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First Prototype
  • Fully functional
  • Exceeded all specs
  • But unexpectedly did not gain user acceptance

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Design iteration
  • Next prototypes miniaturized the olfactory output
    system and explored new commercially appealing
    packaging...

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Rabbit Nose PlatformWorked better, but
whiskers interfered with interaction
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Next IterationDidnt work very well...
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Pig Nose PlatformIssues with users squealing
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Dog Nose PlatformDrooling problems...
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This one didnt work at allSubjects had an
inexplicable urge to tell bad puns
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After a few small modifications it worked
betterBut pun problem persisted
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  • The final prototype...

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Groucho Marx Nose Platform
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DATANOSE Features
  • Full featured miniature olfactory I/O system
  • Fully mobile operation

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Works in the lab...
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Down the hall...
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To places mobile computing has never gone
before...
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Advanced Interaction Techniques
  • 3D Rotation Task
  • True User-Centered Rotation

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Interacting with Multiple Devices
  • The DATANOSE works smoothly with conventional
    I/O devices...

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Keyboard
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Mouse
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Valuators (Knobs)
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  • Also has great potential in computer supported
    cooperative work applications...

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  • Finally, can support fluid interaction with large
    data sets...

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ApplicationsAn Example Virtual World
  • Searched for an appropriate application domain...

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ApplicationsAn Example Virtual World
  • Implemented Dogs World
  • A users view

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  • CSCW Extensions
  • The Collaborative Dogs World...

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A New Toolkit
  • To avoid the high cost of developing
    rhino-interfaces, a new toolkit was developed
  • SYSTEM
  • An acronym standing for...

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A New Toolkit
  • To avoid the high cost of developing
    rhino-interfaces, a new toolkit was developed
  • SYSTEM
  • a System that reallY doeS creaTE user interfaces
    that have really nice featuMs

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Uses The Seeheim Model
  • A major advance in itself

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More Important ...
  • We have been able to answer the most important
    research question about the model...

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Uses The Seeheim Model
  • What is that little box at the bottom!?!

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Important Discovery
  • The Seeheim model works much better if you put
    everything in the little box
  • An improved model...

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Improved Model
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The Final SMELL-HEIM Model
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Another Major Advance
  • A completely new approach to dialog management
  • Did an extensive literature search
  • Never been done before
  • Will revolutionize UI software work

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Another Major Advance
  • A completely new approach to dialog management
  • Did an extensive literature search
  • Never been done before
  • Will revolutionize UI software work
  • Finite State Machine Controllers!

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SYSTEM supports easy to use graphical editor for
FSM controllers
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SYSTEM supports easy to use graphical editor for
FSM controllers
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Usability Testing
  • Significant new testing after the paper was
    submitted

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User Testing Results
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User Testing Results
  • Both users really really liked it!

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Future Work
  • Extending to other body parts
  • DATA ARM
  • DATA EYEBALLS

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Future Work (cont.)
  • Extending to other body parts
  • DATA FOOT
  • DATA MOUTH
  • Warning Our research shows that these devices
    should not be used together!

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  • Conclusion
  • Overall a dramatic breakthrough in virtual
    research

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Questions?
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