Gestures to Intuitively Control Large Displays


Fikkert, F.W. and Vet, P.E. van der and Rauwerda, H. and Breit, T. and Nijholt, A. (2009) Gestures to Intuitively Control Large Displays. In: M. Sales Dias & S. Gibet & M.W. Wanderley & R. Bastos (Eds.), Advances in Gesture-Based Human-Computer Interaction and Simulation. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5085/2 . Springer Verlag, London, pp. 199-204. ISBN 9783540928645

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Abstract:Large displays are highly suited to support discussions in empirical science. Such displays can display project results on a large digital surface to feed the discussion. This paper describes our approach to closely involve multidisciplinary omics scientists in the design of an intuitive display control through hand gestures. This interface is based upon a gesture repertoire. This paper describes how this repertoire is designed based on observations of, and scripted task experiments with, omics scientists.
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