Direct Manipulation and Virtual Environments

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Unformatted text preview: Direct Manipulation Human Computer Interaction CIS 6930/4930 Section 4188/4186 1 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Introduction Interactive systems can produce reactions that non-interactive systems are less likely to produce Truly pleased user! They report Master of the interface Competency of task performance Ease of learning new and advanced features Confidence of retention Enjoyment Eagerness to show to novices Desire to explore 2 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can What reasons is this better than rm? 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can What reasons is this better than rm? Other areas of direct manipulation? 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can What reasons is this better than rm? Other areas of direct manipulation? Games 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can What reasons is this better than rm? Other areas of direct manipulation? Games Scientific Viz 3 Sunday, October 12, 2008 Direct Manipulation Interfaces Interfaces that provide: Visibility of objects of interact Rapid, reversible actions Instead of typed commands, graphic actions, such as pointing to the item of interest Ex. Drag a file to a trash can What reasons is this better than rm?...
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