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Sensing-based interaction for information navigation on handheld displays

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Sensing-based interaction for information navigation on handheld displays
Information navigation on handheld displays is characterized by the small display dimensions and limited input capabilities of today’s mobile devices. Special strategies are required to help users navigate to off-screen content and develop awareness of spatial layouts despite the small display. On the other hand, handheld devices offer interaction possibilities that desktop computers do not. Handheld devices can easily be moved in space and used as a movable window into a large virtual workspace. We investigate different information navigation methods for small-scale handheld displays using a range of sensor technologies for spatial . We compare user performance in an abstract map navigation task and discuss the tradeoffs of the different sensor and visualization techniques. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.2 [Information Interfaces and Presentation]: User Interfaces—input devices and strategies, interaction styles, evaluation/methodology General Terms Design, Experiment...
Michael Rohs, Georg Essl
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Updated 08 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Where MHCI
Authors Michael Rohs, Georg Essl
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