Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems, International Workshop on (2006)
Jan. 5, 2006 to Jan. 7, 2006
pp: 8 pp.
Freehand gestural interaction with direct-touch computation surfaces has been the focus of significant research activity. While many interesting gestural interaction techniques have been proposed, their design has been mostly ad-hoc and has not been presented within a constructive design framework. In this paper, we develop and articulate a set of design principles for constructing - in a systematic and extensible manner - multi-hand gestures on touch surfaces that can sense multiple points and shapes, and can also accommodate conventional point-based input. To illustrate the generality of these design principles, a set of bimanual continuous gestures that embody these principles are developed and explored within a prototype tabletop publishing application. We carried out a user evaluation to assess the usability of these gestures and use the results and observations to suggest future design guidelines.
Computer displays, Plasma displays, Shape, Prototypes, Publishing, Guidelines, Home computing, Laboratories, Computer science, Application software
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