Multi-touch interaction for tasking robots

@article{Hayes2010MultitouchIF,
  title={Multi-touch interaction for tasking robots},
  author={Sean Timothy Hayes and Eli R. Hooten and Julie A. Adams},
  journal={2010 5th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)},
  year={2010},
  pages={97-98}
}
The objective is to develop a mobile human-robot interface that is optimized for multi-touch input. Our existing interface was designed for mouse and keyboard input and was later adopted for voice and touch interaction. A new multi-touch interface permits multi-touch gestures, for example zooming and panning a map, and robot task specific touch interactions. An initial user evaluation found that the multi-touch interface is preferred and yields superior performance. 

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