Wearable Joystick For Gloves-on Human / Computer Interaction

@inproceedings{Bae2006WearableJF,
  title={Wearable Joystick For Gloves-on Human / Computer Interaction},
  author={Jaewook Bae and Richard M. Voyles},
  year={2006}
}
In this paper, we present preliminary work on a novel wearable joystick for gloves-on human/computer interaction in hazardous environments. Interacting with traditional input devices can be clumsy and inconvenient for the operator in hazardous environments due to the bulkiness of multiple system components and troublesome wires. During a collapsed structure search, for example, protective clothing, uneven footing, and ”‘snag”’ points in the environment can render traditional input devices… CONTINUE READING

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