Multi-touch rotation gestures : performance and ergonomics
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Rotations performed with the index finger and thumb involve some of the most complex motor action among common multi-touch gestures, yet little is known about the factors affecting performance and ergonomics. This note presents results from a study where the angle, direction, diameter, and position of rotations were systematically manipulated. Subjects were asked to perform the rotations as quickly as possible without losing contact with the display, and were allowed to skip rotations that were too uncomfortable. The data show surprising interaction effects among the variables, and help us identify whole categories of rotations that are slow and cumbersome for users.
Hoggan , E , Williamson , J , Nacenta , M , Kristensson , P O & Lehtiö , A 2013 , Multi-touch rotation gestures : performance and ergonomics . in Proceedings of the 31st ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013) . ACM , pp. 3047-3050 . DOI: 10.1145/2470654.2481423
Proceedings of the 31st ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013)
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DescriptionThis work was supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EP/H027408/1), the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance, Max Planck Center for Visual Computing and Communications, Academy of Finland, Emil Aaltonen Foundation, and the Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki.
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