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Formalization and Combination of Touch and Point Interaction

@inproceedings{Kammer2011FormalizationAC,
  title={Formalization and Combination of Touch and Point Interaction},
  author={D. Kammer and Dana Henkens and Jan Wojdziak},
  year={2011}
}
Gestural interfaces have been the subject of research in the HCI community for a long time. In contrast to existing examples of multimodal interfaces, which combine freehand gestures with speech, this paper proposes the combination of both touch and point gestures. Touch requires users to actually initiate contact with the interaction surface, whereas point interaction allows them to use hand movements in the proximity of the user interface. Formalization is deemed necessary to subsequently… CONTINUE READING

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