PRISME : Toward a Model linking Tangible interaction and domain-specific tasks in Mixed Reality Environment
ResumoThe PRISME model introduced in this article is part of ongoing research in ergonomics on the design and manufacture of industrial operator platforms for critical systems. The underlying research objective is based on new advances in Mixed Reality when used as an intermediate stage within the simulation process. While using Virtual Environments as such a way holds great potential in cutting down production costs, it also requires user interactions to be fit-to-use to each specific line of work. PRISME is introducing an innovative solution to this issue by proving an automatic link (removing the need for domain-specific adaptations) between operator tasks on and interactions with their platform. This research will be presented in two stages: a generic typology of interactors in Mixed and Tangible reality will be followed by an interaction model based on MASCARETs activity description meta-model syntax. Finally, an aeronautical use case will validate the model by simulating the standard operations performed by an airplane controller.
Palavras-chave: Mixed reality, tangible, domain model, interaction model, typology of interactors
FAZZARI, Jean-Michel; KUBICKI, Sébastien; QUERREC, Ronan. PRISME : Toward a Model linking Tangible interaction and domain-specific tasks in Mixed Reality Environment. In: SIMPÓSIO DE REALIDADE VIRTUAL E AUMENTADA (SVR), 22. , 2020, Evento Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2020 . p. 244-253.