Relative role of merging and two-handed operation on command selection speed

@article{Chen2008RelativeRO,
  title={Relative role of merging and two-handed operation on command selection speed},
  author={Nicholas Y. Chen and François Guimbreti{\`e}re and Corinna E. L{\"o}ckenhoff},
  journal={Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud.},
  year={2008},
  volume={66},
  pages={729-740}
}
This paper examines the influence of two interface characteristics on command selection speed: the integration of command selection with direct manipulation (merging), and two-handed operation. We compared four interaction techniques representing combinations of these characteristics (Marking Menu, Two-handed Tool Palette, Toolglass, and Control Menu). Results suggest that the one-handed techniques selected for the present study produced a speed advantage over two-handed techniques, whereas the… CONTINUE READING

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