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A large variety of gestural interaction techniques based on accelerometers is now available. In this article, we propose a new taxonomic space as a systematic structure for supporting the comparative analysis of these techniques as well as for designing new ones. An interaction technique is plotted as a point in a space where the vertical axis denotes the(More)
When compared to conventional desktop mouse input, touch input on handheld devices suffers from the lack of a main feature: that of a <i>mouseover</i> state that can provide users with dynamic pro-active information. In addition, with touch screens, selection precision is limited by undesired extra finger tracking during finger press and lift movements. We(More)
In this thesis, I address the question of gestural interaction on mobile devices. These, now common, differ from conventional computers primarily by the input devices the user interact with (small screen size but tactile, various sensors such as accelerometers) as well as the context in which they are used. The work I present is an exploration of the vast(More)
A large variety of gestural interaction techniques is now available. In this article, we use a new taxonomic space [18] as a comparative structure to analyze the applicability of these techniques on automotive environment. The taxon-omy plots a gestural interaction technique as a point in a space where the vertical axis denotes the semantic coverage of the(More)
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