Andrew Hunsucker, Emily Baumgartner, Kelly McClinton
Augmented reality (AR) is an emerging technology that could soon become an established paradigm in computing. Although it incorporates hand gestures and voice commands into the user's experience, it bypasses traditional user command tools such as a touchscreen, mouse, or keyboard. Insights This paradigm creates challenges not only for interaction designers, who must invent new ways for users to interact intuitively with these devices, but also for researchers who have to evaluate the experiences. Because AR occurs within the real world and its experiences are privileged to a single user, researchers will have a difficult time correlating their…
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