Displays Attentive to Unattended Regions: Presenting Information in a Peripheral-Vision-Friendly Way
This study proposes that a visual attentive user interface should present information in a peripheral-vision-friendly way, rather than degrading the display resolution for unattended areas, as is sometimes practiced. It suggests that information presented in unattended areas could advantageously be perceived by our peripheral vision without compromising the primary task performance. The paper will discuss an empirical study in which several motion-based stimuli were examined on the periphery in a dual-task scenario. A proposed new design of GPS Navigation System design will then be described to demonstrate the concept of peripheral-vision-friendliness.
KeywordsAttentive User Interface Peripheral Vision Friendly Dual-Task Performance Peripheral Visual Design GPS Navigation System
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