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A study to determine if experience with mouse-orientated computer games enhances the value that a user draws from an office package in a GUI environment
(University of the Free State, 2006-05)
English: Computer use is transforming the lives of many South Africans and is fast changing the way organisations communicate and do business. It also means that thousands of people in South Africa, from different cultures, ...
Graphical processing unit assisted image processing for accelerated eye tracking
(University of the Free State, 2015-02)
English: Eye tracking is a well-established tool utilised in research areas such as neuroscience, psychology and marketing. There are currently many different types of eye trackers available, the most common being video-based ...
Comparing the sensor glove and questionnaire as measures of computer anxiety
(University of the Free State, 2014-01)
English: A vast amount of literature regarding computer anxiety exists. Consequently, a number of researchers have discovered different definitions for computer anxiety. Regardless of the numerous definitions, several ...
A comparative study on users’ responses to graphics, text and language in a word processor interface
(University of the Free State, 2006)
English: The word processor or some form of editor-based application has become an integral tool for the many people who rely on computers on a daily basis. As such it has a wide and varied user base and must cater for a ...
The usability of natural user interfaces for gameplay
(University of the Free State, 2015)
English: This study aimed to determine to what extent the usability of a two dimensional game was influenced by the use of a Natural User Interfaces (NUI) as opposed to a traditional keyboard and mouse combination. Two ...