Toward a Three-Dimensional User Interface
The term user interface refers to the combined environment of data presentation using output devices and different interaction methodologies using input devices. The crucial role that the quality of the user interface plays in the utilization of the system can be appreciated by examining aspects such as responsiveness, capabilities, graphics (colors, two dimensional or three dimensional), ease of use, ease of learning, naturalness, and accuracy.
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