AirPanes: Two-Handed Around-Device Interaction for Pane Switching on Smartphones

論文URL:http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=3025453.3026029

論文アブストラクト:In recent years, around device input has emerged as a complement to standard touch input, albeit in limited tasks and contexts, such as for item selection or map navigation. We push the boundaries for around device interactions to facilitate an entire smartphone application: browsing through large information lists to make a decision. To this end, we present AirPanes, a novel technique that allows two-handed in-air interactions, conjointly with touch input to perform analytic tasks, such as making a purchase decision. AirPanes resolves the inefficiencies of having to switch between multiple views or panes in common smartphone applications. We explore the design factors that make AirPanes efficient. In a controlled study, we find that AirPanes is on average 50% more efficient that standard touch input for an analytic task. We offer recommendations for implementing AirPanes in a broad range of applications.

日本語のまとめ:

スマートフォンを保持している手の親指と,反対側の手の人差し指による空中ポインティングを利用して,画面切り替えの手間をなくす.商品を探すタスクにおいて,提案手法の操作時間は通常のタッチ操作の50%であった.

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