Understanding palm-based imaginary interfaces: the role of visual and tactile cues when browsing

  title={Understanding palm-based imaginary interfaces: the role of visual and tactile cues when browsing},
  author={Sean Gustafson and Bernhard Rabe and Patrick Baudisch},
Imaginary Interfaces are screen-less ultra-mobile interfaces. Previously we showed that even though they offer no visual feedback they allow users to interact spatially, e.g., by pointing at a location on their non-dominant hand. The primary goal of this paper is to provide a deeper understanding of palm-based imaginary interfaces, i.e., why they work. We perform our exploration using an interaction style inspired by interfaces for visually impaired users. We implemented a system that audibly… CONTINUE READING
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