Portable device interaction design concept

@inproceedings{ngeslev2003PortableDI,
  title={Portable device interaction design concept},
  author={Jussi {\"A}ngeslev{\"a} and Ian Oakley and Stephen Hughes and Sile O’Modhrain},
  year={2003}
}
Body Mnemonics is an interface design concept for portable devices that uses the body space of the user as an interface. In this system, information can be stored and subsequently accessed by moving a device to different locations around one’s body. The system is designed to ease cognitive load by relying on our proprioceptive sense and the use of the body image of the user as a mnemonic frame of reference. The hardware approach is to use motion sensing in the device itself. Two user studies… CONTINUE READING
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