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Comparing Gesture and Touch for Notification System Interactions

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Comparing Gesture and Touch for Notification System Interactions
We explore some of the characteristics of multimodal input interaction spaces for notification systems within a multi-tasking environment like a command and control center using two promising interaction methods: gestures and touch based input through a laboratory experiment comparing both techniques. Results of our study suggest that gestures are better suited for multi-tasking situations because they are less interruptive than touch interaction to users' primary tasks and are subjectively preferred by users in certain situations.
Maria Karam, Jason Chong Lee, R. Travis Rose, Fran
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ACHI
Authors Maria Karam, Jason Chong Lee, R. Travis Rose, Francis K. H. Quek, D. Scott McCrickard
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