BiTouch and BiPad: designing bimanual interaction for hand-held tablets

@inproceedings{Wagner2012BiTouchAB,
  title={BiTouch and BiPad: designing bimanual interaction for hand-held tablets},
  author={Julie Wagner and St{\'e}phane Huot and Wendy E. Mackay},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2012}
}
Despite the demonstrated benefits of bimanual interaction, most tablets use just one hand for interaction, to free the other for support. In a preliminary study, we identified five holds that permit simultaneous support and interaction, and noted that users frequently change position to combat fatigue. We then designed the BiTouch design space, which introduces a support function in the kinematic chain model for interacting with hand-held tablets, and developed BiPad, a toolkit for creating… CONTINUE READING
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