CONFERENCE (INTERNATIONAL) Exploring Dwell-time from Human Cognitive Processes for Dwell Selection

Toshiya Isomoto (University of Tsukuba), Shota Yamanaka, Buntarou Shizuki (University of Tsukuba)

The 2023 ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA 2023)

May 18, 2023

For developing implicit interactions in the future, it is useful to understand the duration that a user requires to recognize a visual object. If we provide interactions triggered after a user recognizes an object, for example, we could decrease confusion arising from discord between finishing a cognitive process and triggering an interaction. As the first step to understanding it, we construct the model deriving the dwell-time that allows dwell selection to be performed after finishing a cognitive process on the basis of the model human processor. In addition to the use of our model in dwell selection, we discussed its potential to enable further research on improving the usability of implicit interactions.

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