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by Jinyoung Choi on 2017-06-23 19:23:54

Date : 2017.06.26(Mon) 04:00 P.M.

Locate : EB5. 533

Presenter : Jinyoung Choi

Title : No Need to Stop What You’re Doing: Exploring No-Handed Smartwatch Interaction

Author : Seongkook Heo, Michelle Annett, Ben Lafreniere, Tovi Grossman, George Fitzmaurice

Abstract

Smartwatches have the potential to enable quick micro-interactions throughout daily life. However, because they require both hands to operate, their full potential is constrained, particularly in situations where the user is actively performing a task with their hands. We investigate the space of no-handed interaction with smartwatches in scenarios where one or both hands are not free. Specifically, we present a taxonomy of scenarios in which standard touchscreen interaction with smartwatches is not possible, and discuss the key constraints that limit such interaction. We then implement a set of interaction techniques and evaluate them via two user studies: one where participants viewed video clips of the techniques and another where participants used the techniques in simulated hand-constrained scenarios. Our results found a preference for foot-based interaction and reveal novel design considerations to be mindful of when designing for no-handed smartwatch interaction scenarios.

Proceeding : GI '17 Proceedings of the 43th International Conference on Graphics, Visualization & Human-Computer Interaction

Article source: http://eslab.cnu.ac.kr/en/Mobile/100-No-Need-to-Stop-What-You-re-Doing-Exploring-No-Handed-Smartwatch-Interaction.html

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