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Comparing speed-dependent automatic zooming with traditional scroll, pan and zoom methods
(University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering., 2003)
Speed-dependent automatic zooming couples the user’s rate of motion through an information space with the zoom level—the faster the user moves the ‘higher’ they fly above the work surface. Igarashi and Hinckley  ...
Directional Interfaces for Wearable Augmented Reality
(University of Canterbury. Human Interface Technology Laboratory, 2008)
Wearable Augmented Reality can be used to overlay information onto the real world. Directional interfaces in W.A.R. aid users to orient themselves so that previously invusible targets are now inside their field of view. ...
Navigation Modeling and Simulation for Canterbury Hover-Capable Underwater Vehicle
(University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2009)
Development of underwater vehicles (UVs) has come to an era that UVs can be specifically designed and made for customized applications, based on established theories and principles. This paper reports on the Canterbury ...
An Evaluation of Cone Trees
(Springer-VerlagUniversity of Canterbury. College of Engineering.University of Canterbury. Computer Science and Software Engineering., 2000)
Cone Trees are an appealing interactive 3D visualization technique for hierarchical data structures. They were originally intended to maximise effective use of available screen space and to better exploit the abilities of ...