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Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC'05) (2005)
Osaka, Japan
Oct. 18, 2005 to Oct. 21, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2419-2
pp: 224-225
Ji-Young Hong , Cognitive Engineering Lab. Grad. Program in Cognitive Science, Yonsei Univ. Korea
Haeng-Suk Chae , Cognitive Engineering Lab. Grad. Program in Cognitive Science, Yonsei Univ. Korea
Sang Yoo , Cognitive Engineering Lab. Grad. Program in Cognitive Science, Yonsei Univ. Korea
Moon-Ju Kim , Cognitive Engineering Lab. Grad. Program in Cognitive Science, Yonsei Univ. Korea
Kwang-Hee Han , Cognitive Engineering Lab. Grad. Program in Cognitive Science, Yonsei Univ. Korea
ABSTRACT
<p>Recent research investigating the use of a trackball mouse in a wearable computing context showed that users have difficulty moving the cursor to the correct location [1]. Dynamic gain control may make cursor not to slip out of the target [2]. In this study, we test the use of dynamic gain with a portable trackball mouse in improving users? performance in a pointing task Experimental results reveal that dynamic gain control improves the pointing task performance in terms of speed and index of performance [4] of hitting the targets.</p>
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M. Kim, S. Yoo, J. Hong, H. Chae and K. Han, "Does dynamic cursor control gain improve the performance of selection task in wearable computing?," Ninth IEEE International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC'05)(ISWC), Osaka, Japan, 2005, pp. 224-225.
doi:10.1109/ISWC.2005.18
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