Programming Support for Natural Interaction (13 Apr 2001)
The mouse and keyboard, in combination with standard GUI interfaces such as web browsers, spreadsheets and word-processors have become successful and universally accepted in the last decades. However, as we begin to investigate computing off the desktop, such as with mobile or ubiquitous computing, and to broaden the user base of computers to include people with disabilities, these interaction techniques start to face problems.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/010413-mankoff.html
(Jennifer Mankoff, Georgia Tech)
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