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Experiments with Un-tethered Interaction (09 Mar 2001)
Un-tethered UI is as much about power and bandwidth as about psychology, visual design, and ergonomics. Microsoft Research's hardware devices group has been experimenting with small, wearable devices that sense user state and transmit it to the computing environment without consuming much power or bandwidth. This talk is an overview of the experiments and an explanation of the constraints for un-tethered interaction.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/010309-whitted.html
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