Making muscle-computer interfaces more practical

@inproceedings{Saponas2010MakingMI,
  title={Making muscle-computer interfaces more practical},
  author={T. Scott Saponas and Desney S. Tan and Meredith Ringel Morris and Jim Turner and James A. Landay},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2010}
}
Recent work in muscle sensing has demonstrated the poten-tial of human-computer interfaces based on finger gestures sensed from electrodes on the upper forearm. While this approach holds much potential, previous work has given little attention to sensing finger gestures in the context of three important real-world requirements: sensing hardware suitable for mobile and off-desktop environments, elec-trodes that can be put on quickly without adhesives or gel, and gesture recognition techniques… CONTINUE READING

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