Combining Gestures and Direct Manipulation

@inproceedings{Rubine1992CombiningGA,
  title={Combining Gestures and Direct Manipulation},
  author={Dean Rubine},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={1992}
}
A gesture, as the term is used here, is a handmade mark used to give a command to a computer. The attributes of the gesture (its location, size, extent, orientation, and dynamic properties) can be mapped to parameters of the command. An operation, operands, and parameters can all be communicated simultaneously with a single, intuitive, easily drawn gesture. This makes gesturing an attractive interaction teehnique. ~pically, agestural interactions completed (e.g. the styIus is lifted) before the… CONTINUE READING
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