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Reality-based interaction: a framework for post-WIMP interfaces
TLDR
It is believed that viewing interaction through the lens of RBI provides insights for design and uncovers gaps or opportunities for future research.
The use of eye movements in human-computer interaction techniques: what you look at is what you get
  • R. Jacob
  • Computer Science
    TOIS
  • 1 April 1991
TLDR
Some of the human factors and technical considerations that arise in trying to use eye movements as an input medium are discussed and the first eye movement-based interaction techniques that are devised and implemented in the laboratory are described.
What you look at is what you get: eye movement-based interaction techniques
  • R. Jacob
  • Computer Science
    CHI '90
  • 1 March 1990
TLDR
Some of the human factors and technical considerations that arise in trying to use eye movements as an input medium are discussed and the first eye movement-based interaction techniques that are devised and implemented in the laboratory are described.
Evaluation of eye gaze interaction
TLDR
Two experiments are presented that compare an interaction technique developed for object selection based on a where a person is looking with the most commonly used selection method using a mouse and find that the eye gaze interaction technique is faster than selection with a mouse.
Integrality and separability of input devices
TLDR
The theory of processing of percetual structure is extended to graphical interactive tasks and to the control structure of input devices to help predict task and device combinations that lead to better performance and confirm the importance of matching the perceptual structure of the task and the control structures of the input device.
Eye Movement-Based Human-Computer Interaction Techniques: Toward Non-Command Interfaces
TLDR
This chapter describes research at NRL on developing interaction techniques that incorporate eye movements into the user-computer dialogue in a convenient and natural way, and considers eye movement-based interaction as an exemplar of a new, more general class of non-command-based user- computer interaction.
Eye tracking in advanced interface design
  • R. Jacob
  • Computer Science, Art
  • 1 June 1995
TLDR
This chapter describes the relevant characteristics of the human eye, eye tracking technology, how to design interaction techniques that incorporate eye movements into the user-computer dialogue in a convenient and natural way, and the relationship between eye movement interfaces and virtual environments.
ComTouch: design of a vibrotactile communication device
TLDR
The design of ComTouch is described, a device that augments remote voice communication with touch, by converting hand pressure into vibrational intensity between users in real-time, and the potential of the tactile channel to enhance the existing voice communication channel is demonstrated.
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