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FingerSense: augmenting expressiveness to physical pushing button by fingertip identification

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FingerSense: augmenting expressiveness to physical pushing button by fingertip identification
In this paper, we propose a novel method, FingerSense to enhance the expressiveness of physical buttons. In a FingerSense enabled input device, a pressing action is differentiated according to the finger involved. We modeled the human performance of FingerSense interfaces and derived related parameters from a preliminary usability study. Overall findings indicate that FingerSense is faster compared with traditional keypads when the finger switching action could be paralleled. Categories & Subject Descriptors: H5.2 [Information interfaces and presentation]: Input devices and strategies, Theory and methods General Terms: Design, Human Factors.
Jingtao Wang, John F. Canny
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where CHI
Authors Jingtao Wang, John F. Canny
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