Rake cursor: improving pointing performance with concurrent input channels

@inproceedings{Blanch2009RakeCI,
  title={Rake cursor: improving pointing performance with concurrent input channels},
  author={Renaud Blanch and Michael Ortega-Binderberger},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2009}
}
We investigate the use of two concurrent input channels to perform a pointing task. The first channel is the traditional mouse input device whereas the second one is the gaze position. The rake cursor interaction technique combines a grid of cursors controlled by the mouse and the selection of the active cursor by the gaze. A controlled experiment shows that rake cursor pointing drastically outperforms mouse-only pointing and also significantly outperforms the state of the art of pointing… CONTINUE READING
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