Text Input on a Smartwatch QWERTY Keyboard: Tap vs. Trace

@article{Turner2017TextIO,
  title={Text Input on a Smartwatch QWERTY Keyboard: Tap vs. Trace},
  author={Colton Turner and B. Chaparro and Jibo He},
  journal={International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction},
  year={2017},
  volume={33},
  pages={143 - 150}
}
ABSTRACT This study examines text input performance on a smartwatch using tap and trace input methods on a standard QWERTY keyboard (SwypeTM). Participants were either experts or novices to the tracing technique on their smartphone. No users had experience typing on a smartwatch. Participants were able to type at speeds comparable to, or exceeding, those reported in the literature for smartphones and small screen devices. Both novices and tracing experts typed faster overall using the trace… Expand
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