The pen is mightier: understanding stylus behaviour while inking on tablets

@inproceedings{Annett2014ThePI,
  title={The pen is mightier: understanding stylus behaviour while inking on tablets},
  author={Michelle Annett and Fraser Anderson and Walter F. Bischof and Anoop Gupta},
  booktitle={Graphics Interface},
  year={2014}
}
Although pens and paper are pervasive in the analog world, their digital counterparts, styli and tablets, have yet to achieve the same adoption and frequency of use. To date, little research has identified why inking experiences differ so greatly between analog and digital media or quantified the varied experiences that exist with stylusenabled tablets. By observing quantitative and behavioural data in addition to querying preferential opinions, the experimentation reaffirmed the significance… CONTINUE READING
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