Targeting across displayless space

  title={Targeting across displayless space},
  author={Miguel A. Nacenta and Regan Lee Mandryk and Carl Gutwin},
Multi-monitor displays and multi-display environments are now common. Cross-display cursor movement, in which a user moves the pointer from one display to another, occurs frequently in these settings. There are several techniques for supporting this kind of movement, and these differ in the way that they deal with displayless space (the physical space between displays). Stitching is the method used by most operating systems; in this technique, the cursor jumps from the edge of one display… CONTINUE READING
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