Gestures for Smart Rings: Empirical Results, Insights, and Design Implications

@inproceedings{Gheran2018GesturesFS,
  title={Gestures for Smart Rings: Empirical Results, Insights, and Design Implications},
  author={Bogdan-Florin Gheran and Jean Vanderdonckt and Radu-Daniel Vatavu},
  booktitle={Conference on Designing Interactive Systems},
  year={2018}
}
We present empirical results about users' gesture preferences for smart rings by analyzing 672 gestures from 24 participants. We report an overall low consensus (mean .112, maximum .225 on the unit scale) between participants' gesture proposals, and we point to the challenges of designing highly-generalizable ring gestures across users. We also contribute to the practice of gesture elicitation studies by discussing how a priori conditions (e.g., participants' traits, such as creativity and… CONTINUE READING

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