Abstract

Simple motion has great potential for visually encoding information but there are as yet few experimentally validated guidelines for its use. Two studies were carried out to look at how efficiently simple motion cues were detected and how distracting they were in different task contexts. The results show that motion outperforms static representations and identify certain types of motions which are more distracting and irritating than others.

Publication Date

7-2001

Journal or Conference Title

Interact

Conference Date

Jul 9 - Jul 13, 2001

Publisher Place

Tokyo, Japan

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

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