Issue No. 10 - October (2017 vol. 50)
Jurgen Steimle , Saarland University
Joanna Bergstrom-Lehtovirta , University of Copenhagen
Martin Weigel , Saarland University
Aditya Shekhar Nittala , Saarland University
Sebastian Boring , University of Copenhagen
Alex Olwal , Google
Kasper Hornbak , University of Copenhagen
The human skin is a promising surface for input to computing devices but differs fundamentally from existing touch-sensitive devices. The authors propose the use of skin landmarks, which offer unique tactile and visual cues, to enhance body-based user interfaces.
Skin, Visualization, Pervasive computing, Epidermis, User interfaces, Microstructure, Wearable computing
J. Steimle et al., "On-Skin Interaction Using Body Landmarks," in Computer, vol. 50, no. 10, pp. 19-27, 2017.