Human performance using computer input devices in the preferred and non-preferred hands

@inproceedings{Kabbash1993HumanPU,
  title={Human performance using computer input devices in the preferred and non-preferred hands},
  author={Paul Kabbash and I. Scott MacKenzie and William Buxton},
  booktitle={INTERCHI},
  year={1993}
}
Subjects' performance was compared in pointing and dragging tasks using the preferred and non-preferred hands. Tasks were tested using three different input devices: a mouse, a trackball, and a tablet-with-stylus. The trackball had the least degradation across hands in performing the tasks, however it remained inferior to both the mouse and stylus. For small distances and small targets, the preferred hand was superior. However, for larger targets and larger distances, both hands performed about… CONTINUE READING
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