Gesture coder: a tool for programming multi-touch gestures by demonstration

@inproceedings{L2012GestureCA,
  title={Gesture coder: a tool for programming multi-touch gestures by demonstration},
  author={Hao L{\"u} and Yang D. Li},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2012}
}
Multi-touch gestures have become popular on a wide range of touchscreen devices, but the programming of these gestures remains an art. It is time-consuming and error-prone for a developer to handle the complicated touch state transitions that result from multiple fingers and their simultaneous movements. In this paper, we present Gesture Coder, which by learning from a few examples given by the developer automatically generates code that recognizes multi-touch gestures, tracks their state… CONTINUE READING

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