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2010

Cocktail: Exploiting Bartenders' Gestures for Mobile Interaction

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Cocktail: Exploiting Bartenders' Gestures for Mobile Interaction
Recent mobile devices are capable of creating and storing a large amount of multimedia data, but sharing those data with others is still challenging. This paper presents Cocktail, a new gesture-based mobile interaction system that exploits bartenders' motions. Like a bartender who pours drinks to a glass, a user can pour (transfer) multimedia data to other device. The user can also mix music files and pictures into a music video by shaking the mobile device, as a bartender does to make a cocktail. We have implemented a prototype of Cocktail system with Ultra Mobil Personal Computers and a touch-screen monitor and demonstrate its usability. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.2 [Information Interfaces and Presentation]: User Interfaces--input devices and strategies, interaction styles General Terms Design Keywords Mobile interaction, gesture interface
Jong-Woon Yoo, Woomin Hwang, Hyunchul Seok, Sung K
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where IJMHCI
Authors Jong-Woon Yoo, Woomin Hwang, Hyunchul Seok, Sung Kyu Park, Chulmin Kim, Woong Ho Choi, Kyu Ho Park
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