Improving the Legibility of Virtual Environments
Years of research into hyper-media systems have shown that finding one’s way through large electronic information systems can be a difficult task. Our experiences with virtual reality suggest that users will also suffer from the commonly experienced “lost in hyper-space” problem when trying to navigate virtual environments.
KeywordsVirtual Reality Span Tree Virtual Environment Data Item Minimum Span Tree
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