Articles by Ahmed Seffah
Ahmed Seffah is an associate professor of human-centered software engineering at Concordia University. His research is at the crossroads for software engineering and humancomputer interaction, as well as their applications to environmental challenges.
A low-cost test environment for usability studies of head-mounted virtual reality systems
Abstract There is a need to develop new usability testing environments and methodologies for unconventional interactive systems. Pursuant to that need, we developed a low-cost test environment for a Head-Mounted Display (HMD)-based, virtual reality system called Osmose. Osmose was difficult to test for many reasons, one of which was its style of interaction. We began […] [Read More]