Dinner metaphor interface: operating your computers with a knife and fork

Abstract

The authors propose an operating method for multi-touch environments based on a metaphor of the table manners of Western dishes. The user holds two styli, or uses two fingers, as a knife and fork, for operation. The fork plays a role of pointing and selection and the knife plays a role of executing a command. The actions are organized based on table manners… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2512349.2512402

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@inproceedings{Hakoda2013DinnerMI, title={Dinner metaphor interface: operating your computers with a knife and fork}, author={Hiroyuki Hakoda and Keita Ushida}, booktitle={ITS}, year={2013} }