Seven Master of Arts students from Constance at the University of Applied Sciences Communication Design faculty are working on design research concerning multi-touch interfaces during summer term 2008. Studying a research paper ...
richness, subtlety, and
coordination of tasks at
several levels of concern
that bicycling offers with the graphical user
interface that we use today.
“With the current keyboard-mouse-monitor set-up, we
every task, no matter if it is writing
a paper or editing a movie or even
playing a game, all the same way. Pointing,
clicking, dragging and dropping, etc.
The work has become
⁄ How Bodies Matter: Five Themes for Interaction Design
⁄ Scott R. Klemmer, Björn Hartmann, Stanford University HCI
Group, Computer Science Department
⁄ Leila Takayama, Stanford University CHIMe Lab, Communication
⁄ DIS 2006, June 26–28, 2006, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA.
Copyright 2006 ACM 1-59593-341-7/06/0006.
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for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that
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⁄ Dan Saffer, reviewing the paper
⁄ All the rest
⁄ University of Applied Sciences Constance, Faculty for
Communication Design, Project “Touch Research”