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Recent in-vehicle information systems are increasingly equipped with touch screens. While classic (i.e. point-based) direct touch interaction has known benefits in non-automotive environments, it primarily relies on visual attention, which makes it a bad candidate for interaction in the car, where visual attention should be on the road. We have designed an interaction scheme for IVIS based on touch gestures and pie menus and implemented several versions of it featuring visual cues asdoi:10.1145/1969773.1969788 dblp:conf/automotiveUI/EckerBHB10 fatcat:uisbqsegindfleobxfohy3v7wu