Multi-flick: an evaluation of flick-based scrolling techniques for pen interfaces

@inproceedings{Aliakseyeu2008MultiflickAE,
  title={Multi-flick: an evaluation of flick-based scrolling techniques for pen interfaces},
  author={Dzmitry Aliakseyeu and Pourang Irani and Andr{\'e}s Lucero and Sriram Subramanian},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
Multi-flick, which consists of repeated flick actions, has received popular media attention as an intuitive and natural document-scrolling technique for stylus based systems. In this paper we put multi-flick to test, by designing several flick-based scrolling techniques. We first map out the de-sign space of multi-flick and identify mapping functions that make multi-flick a natural and intuitive technique for document navigation. In the first experiment we compare several multi-flick variations… CONTINUE READING
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