Determining the benefits of direct-touch, bimanual, and multifinger input on a multitouch workstation

@inproceedings{Kin2009DeterminingTB,
  title={Determining the benefits of direct-touch, bimanual, and multifinger input on a multitouch workstation},
  author={Kenrick Kin and Maneesh Agrawala and Tony DeRose},
  booktitle={Graphics Interface},
  year={2009}
}
Multitouch workstations support direct-touch, bimanual, and multifinger interaction. Previous studies have separately examined the benefits of these three interaction attributes over mouse-based interactions. In contrast, we present an empirical user study that considers these three interaction attributes together for a single task, such that we can quantify and compare the performances of each attribute. In our experiment users select multiple targets using either a mouse-based workstation… CONTINUE READING

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