Interacting at a Distance Using Semantic Snarfing

  title={Interacting at a Distance Using Semantic Snarfing},
  author={Brad A. Myers and Choon Hong Peck and Jeffrey Nichols and Dave Kong and Rob Miller},
It is difficult to interact with computer displays that are across the room, which can be important in meetings and when controlling computerized devices. A popular approach is to use laser pointers tracked by a camera, but interaction techniques using laser pointers tend to be imprecise, error-prone, and slow. Therefore, we have developed a new interaction style, where the laser pointer (or other pointing technique such pointing with a finger or even eye tracking) indicates the region of… CONTINUE READING
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