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Mise en oeuvre et évaluation d'interactions multimodales orientées communication appliquées au déplacement d'objets graphiques 3D

Charles Tison 1
1 MERLIN - Methods for interactive software ergonomics
INRIA Lorraine, INRIA Rocquencourt
Abstract : The work described in this thesis concerns the applicability of a modalities combination in order to relocate 3D objects in a virtual reactive environment. The adopted "top-down" approach is initiated through the observation of command expressions modalities that take place during "prototype inspection" activities in the field of cloth design. A selection of a reduced set of user tasks, (3D objects relocation), helps investigate tasks vs input modalities combinations in order to determine an homogeneous set of low level interaction scenarios. The profile definition of relevant devices brings to build, afterwards, a minimal interactive system organised so as to test, with users, the relevancy of such a task modality allocation through an adapted version of an experiment known as "Wizard of Oz". An evaluation of speech variability helps simultaneously to precise the grammar to implement. The results seem to confirm the relevancy of such an interaction style.
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Charles Tison. Mise en oeuvre et évaluation d'interactions multimodales orientées communication appliquées au déplacement d'objets graphiques 3D. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy I, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00008005⟩

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