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Task Performance with Space-time Cube Visualizations: Differences Between HoloLens and Desktop Users

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posted on 16.01.2019 by Michael Saenz
The researcher’s intent in this study was to understand users’ performance, specifically in terms of time, error and workload, in different display conditions while manipulating a space-time cube visualization. A convergent mixed-method design was applied to allow the researcher to better understand the research problems. In the study, time, error and perceived workload were investigated to test performance to detect if a display condition had a positive or negative influence on users’ abilities to perform a task. The qualitative data explored the differences in users’ experiences with the HoloLens and desktop

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Degree Type

Master of Science

Department

Computer Graphics Technology

Campus location

West Lafayette

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Paul Parson

Additional Committee Member 2

Austin L Toombs

Additional Committee Member 3

Brandon J. Pitts

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