An Intuitive Two-Handed Gestural Interface for Computer Supported Product Design

@inproceedings{Hummels1997AnIT,
  title={An Intuitive Two-Handed Gestural Interface for Computer Supported Product Design},
  author={Caroline Hummels and Gerda Smets and Kees C. J. Overbeeke},
  booktitle={Gesture Workshop},
  year={1997}
}
More and more researchers emphasize the development of humanising computer interaction, thus bringing us closer to intuitive interfaces. Gestural interface research fits in with these new developments. However, the existing gestural interfaces hardly take advantage of the possibilities gestures offer. They even force the user to learn a new language. We propose a gestural interface for product design that exploits the use of gestures. This interface supports the perceptual-motor skills of the… CONTINUE READING
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