Task Performance with Space-time Cube Visualizations: Differences Between HoloLens and Desktop Users
thesisposted on 16.01.2019 by Michael Saenz
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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