Articles by Halima Habieb Mammar

Halima Habieb Mammar is a postdoctoral fellow at Concordia University. Her current research interests include user and usability requirements, accessibility and universal usability for multiple user interfaces. She received her Ph.D. (2004) in Computer Science from the French Engineering University.

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]