Shared-gaze visualizations (SGV) allow collocated collaborators to understand each other’s attention and intentions while working jointly in an augmented reality setting. However, prior work has overlooked user control and privacy over how gaze information can be shared between collaborators. In this work, we examine two methods for visualizing shared-gaze between collaborators: gaze-hover and gaze-trigger. We compare the methods with existing solutions through a paired-user evaluation study in which participants participate in a virtual assembly task. Finally, we contribute an understanding of user perceptions, preferences, and design implications of shared-gaze visualizations in augmented reality.

Delgado, D.A, Ruiz, J. Evaluation of Shared-Gaze Visualizations for Virtual Assembly Tasks. IEEE VR. (2024).