Autosteoscopic 3D displays have emerged to a number of off-the-self mobile devices, opening new possibilities for stereoscopic 3D (S3D) user interface (UI) design. Several alternative concept designs have been created and user experience evaluations have been conducted for mobile S3D UIs (mobile S3D phone books, S3D menus and 3D launchers). Functional prototypes were implemented and evaluations carried out of two S3D mobile applications, S3D phonebook and photo sharing. Results reveal that while S3D designs are perceived interesting and visually appealing, it is also possible to create holistic S3D UX designs that successfully combine both utilitarian and hedonistic characteristics.
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