Mixed Reality UIs

Mixed Reality UIs

Mixed reality (MR) research has been lacking early phase user studies, which provide insight to the early concepting and application design. To study mixed reality application concepts and user interfaces at domestic settings, two sets of user studies were conducted at participants’ homes. The goals of the studies were 1) to brainstorm mixed and augmented reality use cases at context of home, and 2) to evaluate the early mixed reality concept ideas. As an outcome, the research resulted a vast amount of MR application and service concepts, findings of user perceptions and concerns, and evaluated concept designs of various MR applications.
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Jonna Häkkilä

Research lead

Olli Koskenranta

Researcher

Maaret Posti

Researcher

Leena Ventä-Olkkonen

Researcher
Ventä-Olkkonen, L., Posti, M., Häkkilä, J. (2013). Charting User Perceptions on Using a Window as a Mixed Reality Display at Home. In Proc. CHI workshop on Displays Take New Shape: An Agenda for Future Interactive Surfaces, April 27-May 2, Paris, France.
Ventä-Olkkonen, L., Posti, M., Koskenranta, O. & Häkkilä, J. (2012). User Expectations of Mobile Mixed Reality Service Content. In Proc. 11th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM), December 3-6, Ulm, Germany (poster).
Koskenranta, O., Colley, A., Häkkilä, J. (2013). Portable CAVE Using a Mobile Projector. In Proc. International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp), September 8-12, Zurich, Switzerland.
Ventä-Olkkonen, L., Posti, M., Häkkilä, J. (2013). Perceptions of Initial Mixed Reality Concepts at Home – A Photo Stimulated User Study. In MobileHCI 2013 workshop on Designing Mobile Augmented Reality, August 27-30, Munich, Germany.
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