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Issue No.12 - Dec. (2012 vol.18)
pp: 2689-2698
Bongshin Lee , Microsoft Research
Nathalie Henry Riche , Microsoft Research
Sheelagh Carpendale , University of Calgary
ABSTRACT
The importance of interaction to Information Visualization (InfoVis) and, in particular, of the interplay between interactivity and cognition is widely recognized [12,15,32,55,70]. This interplay, combined with the demands from increasingly large and complex datasets, is driving the increased significance of interaction in InfoVis. In parallel, there have been rapid advances in many facets of interaction technologies. However, InfoVis interactions have yet to take full advantage of these new possibilities in interaction technologies, as they largely still employ the traditional desktop, mouse, and keyboard setup of WIMP (Windows, Icons, Menus, and a Pointer) interfaces. In this paper, we reflect more broadly about the role of more “natural” interactions for InfoVis and provide opportunities for future research. We discuss and relate general HCI interaction models to existing InfoVis interaction classifications by looking at interactions from a novel angle, taking into account the entire spectrum of interactions. Our discussion of InfoVis-specific interaction design considerations helps us identify a series of underexplored attributes of interaction that can lead to new, more “natural,” interaction techniques for InfoVis.
INDEX TERMS
Data visualization, Instruments, Information analysis, Human computer interaction, Taxonomy, User interfaces, NUI (Natural User Interface), Design considerations, interaction, post-WIMP
CITATION
Bongshin Lee, Petra Isenberg, Nathalie Henry Riche, Sheelagh Carpendale, "Beyond Mouse and Keyboard: Expanding Design Considerations for Information Visualization Interactions", IEEE Transactions on Visualization & Computer Graphics, vol.18, no. 12, pp. 2689-2698, Dec. 2012, doi:10.1109/TVCG.2012.204
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