In the blink of an eye: investigating latency perception during stylus interaction

@inproceedings{Ng2014InTB,
  title={In the blink of an eye: investigating latency perception during stylus interaction},
  author={Albert Ng and Michelle Annett and Paul Dietz and Anoop Gupta and Walter F. Bischof},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2014}
}
While pen computing has become increasingly more popular, device responsiveness, or latency, still plagues such interaction. Although there have been advances in digitizer technology over the last few years, commercial end-to-end latencies are unfortunately similar to those found with touchscreens, i.e., 65 - 120 milliseconds. We report on a prototype stylus-enabled device, the High Performance Stylus System (HPSS), designed to display latencies as low as one millisecond while users ink or… CONTINUE READING

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