Multimodal feedback for the acquisition of small targets.

@article{Cockburn2005MultimodalFF,
  title={Multimodal feedback for the acquisition of small targets.},
  author={Andy Cockburn and Stephen A. Brewster},
  journal={Ergonomics},
  year={2005},
  volume={48 9},
  pages={1129-50}
}
This paper examines how multimodal feedback assists small-target acquisition in graphical user interfaces. All combinations of three feedback modes are analysed: non-speech audio; tactile; and pseudo-haptic "sticky" feedback. The tactile conditions used stimulation through vibration (rather than force-feedback), and the sticky conditions were implemented by dynamically reconfiguring mouse control-display gain as the cursor entered the target. Results show that for small, discretely located… CONTINUE READING
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