RetroShape: Leveraging Rear-Surface Shape Displays for 2.5D Interaction on Smartwatches

  title={RetroShape: Leveraging Rear-Surface Shape Displays for 2.5D Interaction on Smartwatches},
  author={Da-Yuan Huang and Ruizhen Guo and Jun Gong and Jingxian Wang and John Graham and De-Nian Yang and Xing-Dong Yang},
  journal={Proceedings of the 30th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology},
The small screen size of a smartwatch limits user experience when watching or interacting with media. [] Key Result A preliminary user evaluation showed that participants welcome RetroShape as a useful addition to existing smartwatch output.

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