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Older adults often struggle with everyday technology which is not designed to accommodate their special needs and adapted to their specific cognitive, sensory and motor abilities. Recently, a new generation of mobile devices has been equipped with multitouch and acceleration sensors that allow for novel ways of interacting with these devices. Interaction occurs through gestures, such as finger movements on the device surface or movement patterns of the device itself, which trigger the devicedoi:10.1145/1613858.1613950 dblp:conf/mhci/Stossel09 fatcat:x6khngnxvvhl5nw56wut5e6xdm