Toward Discreet Interactions and Publicly Explicit Activities

Abstract : In this position paper, we present two different approaches to help social acceptance of head-mounted display in social and shared spaces: (1) discreet interactions and (2) a public spectator view. On a daily basis we evolve in shared and social spaces which may have different levels of acceptance for the use of head-mounted display (HMD), either from the users or the surroundings people. In contexts where the HMD is usually accepted by the non-HMD users (e.g. public transport) but still struggle to be adopted, we will approach the potential benefits of discreet interactions. Finally, we suggest and raise questions about the public spectator view approach to address contexts where the use of HMD is perceived by the surroundings as inappropriate
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Damien Brun, Charles Gouin-Vallerand, Sébastien George. Toward Discreet Interactions and Publicly Explicit Activities. 1st Workshop on Challenges Using Head-Mounted Displays in Shared and Social Spaces, ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2019, May 2019, Glasgow, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-02264939⟩

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