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Handsfree Locomotion Techniques for Mobile VR
Virtual reality is an area experiencing unprecedented growth due to the release of consumer-ready, affordable, and accessible head mounted displays. Many of these HMDs come in the form of low-cost smartphone adapters, ...
Eye Gaze Based Hands-Free Navigation in Virtual Environments
Eye tracking has shown great potential in supporting interaction tasks in VR, such as selection, manipulation and navigation. Previous studies have shown that eye gaze based interaction performs poorly for selection and ...