Glove-Enabled Computer Operations ( GECO ) : Design and Testing of an Extravehicular Activity Glove Adapted for Human-Computer Interface

@inproceedings{Adams2013GloveEnabledCO,
  title={Glove-Enabled Computer Operations ( GECO ) : Design and Testing of an Extravehicular Activity Glove Adapted for Human-Computer Interface},
  author={Richard J. Adams and Aaron B. Olowin and Eileen T. Krepkovich and Blake Hannaford and Jack Lindsay and James T. Patrie and O. Scott Sands},
  year={2013}
}
The Glove-Enabled Computer Operations (GECO) system enables an extravehicular activity (EVA) glove to be dual-purposed as a human-computer interface device. This paper describes the design and human participant testing of a right-handed GECO glove in a pressurized glove box. As part of an investigation into the usability of the GECO system for EVA data entry, twenty participants were asked to complete activities including (1) a Simon Says Games in which they attempted to duplicate random… CONTINUE READING

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