• Published 2010

Taxonomy and Overview of Multi-touch Frameworks : Architecture , Scope and Features

@inproceedings{Kammer2010TaxonomyAO,
  title={Taxonomy and Overview of Multi-touch Frameworks : Architecture , Scope and Features},
  author={Dietrich Kammer and Mandy Keck and Georg Freitag and Markus Wacker},
  year={2010}
}
Multi-touch hardware has only recently entered the mainstream of information technology. Interaction designers, product developers and users have been influenced by this development. In order to build multitouch applications, programmers have created various reusable frameworks. To obtain an overview of this diversity, we present a list of criteria to classify, evaluate, and select multi-touch frameworks. Our main contribution consists in a taxonomy that we have elaborated out of a vast list of… CONTINUE READING

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