Tilt menu: using the 3D orientation information of pen devices to extend the selection capability of pen-based user interfaces

@inproceedings{Tian2008TiltMU,
  title={Tilt menu: using the 3D orientation information of pen devices to extend the selection capability of pen-based user interfaces},
  author={Feng Tian and Lishuang Xu and Hongan Wang and Xiaolong Zhang and Yuanyuan Liu and Vidya Setlur and Guozhong Dai},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
We present a new technique called 'Tilt Menu' for better extending selection capabilities of pen-based interfaces. The Tilt Menu is implemented by using 3D orientation information of pen devices while performing selection tasks. The Tilt Menu has the potential to aid traditional one-handed techniques as it simultaneously generates the secondary input (e.g., a command or parameter selection) while drawing/interacting with a pen tip without having to use the second hand or another device. We… CONTINUE READING
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