Center for Human-Computer Interaction
The Center for Human-Computer Interaction is a transdisciplinary community of scholars. Our mission is to advance HCI research and education through intellectual and creative leadership and to advocate for a human-centered approach to technology, both at Virginia Tech and globally.
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Move the Object or Move Myself? Walking vs. Manipulation for the Examination of 3D Scientific Data (Frontiers, 2018-07-10)Physical walking is consistently considered a natural and intuitive way to acquire viewpoints in a virtual environment. However, research findings also show that walking requires cognitive resources. To understand how this ...