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Prototyping Input Controller for Touch-less Interaction with Ubiquitous Environments
Authors: Kamer Ali Yuksel, Serdar Hasan Adali
Published in: MHCI2011, MobileHCI2011 - International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI) 2011
Publication year: 2011
Abstract: In ubiquitous computing environments, the information processing is integrated into everyday objects that are ideally small, inexpensive and wirelessly networked devices. Contemporary human-computer interaction models are not adequate to control miniaturized devices, which are distributed throughout everyday life and activities. This post-desktop model requires natural gesture-based interaction with distributed devices in an egocentric manner as opposed to the current device-centric interaction. In this work, we have utilized the recently proposed touch-less gesture-based interaction method based on magnetic field to provide a hardware basis for a wearable input controller. Furthermore, we have discussed how the proposed device can allow natural interaction with other devices within a ubiquitous computing environment such as personal area network.
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