Performance optimizations of virtual keyboards for stroke-based text entry on a touch-based tabletop

@inproceedings{Rick2010PerformanceOO,
  title={Performance optimizations of virtual keyboards for stroke-based text entry on a touch-based tabletop},
  author={Jochen Rick},
  booktitle={UIST},
  year={2010}
}
Efficiently entering text on interactive surfaces, such as touch-based tabletops, is an important concern. One novel solution is shape writing - the user strokes through all the letters in the word on a virtual keyboard without lifting his or her finger. While this technique can be used with any keyboard layout, the layout does impact the expected performance. In this paper, I investigate the influence of keyboard layout on expert text-entry performance for stroke-based text entry. Based on… CONTINUE READING
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