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Multi-touch interaction for robot control

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Multi-touch interaction for robot control
Recent developments in multi-touch technologies have exposed fertile ground for research in enriched humanrobot interaction. Although multi-touch technologies have been used for virtual 3D applications, to the authors' knowledge, ours is the first study to explore the use of a multi-touch table with a physical robot agent. This baseline study explores the control of a single agent with a multitouch table using an adapted, previously studied, joystickbased interface. We performed a detailed analysis of users’ interaction styles with two complex functions of the multitouch interface and isolated mismatches between user expectations and interaction functionality. Author Keywords Human-robot interaction, multi-touch interaction, interaction styles. ACM Classification Keywords H5.2. Information systems, information interfaces and presentation: User interfaces.
Mark Micire, Jill L. Drury, Brenden Keyes, Holly A
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where IUI
Authors Mark Micire, Jill L. Drury, Brenden Keyes, Holly A. Yanco
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