User-Centered Design and Evaluation Methodology for Virtual Environments
User-driven development framework for virtual reality setups: a development methodology for virtual reality systems, that puts the user central in a cyclical development process, iteratively clarifying the usability goals for the setup in terms of the user, system, and organizational characteristics and needs, and systematically matching these onto the technologies, interfaces, and processes to be developed, in order to achieve a time- and cost-effective development process, and a VR Setup with a satisfactory user experience, with efficient task and workflow, giving extensive attention at each stage of the design process to evaluating the user experience and user interface.
User-Centered Software Development for VR
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