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The Effect of Rhythm in Mid-air Gestures on the User Experience in Virtual Reality

Abstract : In this work, we examine the effect of mid-air gesture rhythm on user experience in Virtual Reality. In particular, we investigate gesture regularity, speed and highlighting with a sound guide. We measure the effect of these components on the perceived fatigue, presence, difficulty, success and helpfulness. Our findings indicate that an irregular and slow rhythm leads to a lower arm fatigue. We also find that such an irregular rhythm could increase the user perceived difficulty of the task and the absence of a sound guide could decrease the sense of presence.
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Vincent Reynaert, Florent Berthaut, Yosra Rekik, Laurent Grisoni. The Effect of Rhythm in Mid-air Gestures on the User Experience in Virtual Reality. Interact'21, Aug 2021, Bari, Italy. ⟨hal-03338088⟩

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