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A user study was conducted to compare the performance of three methods for map navigation with mobile devices. These methods are joystick navigation, the dynamic peephole method without visual context, and the magic lens paradigm using external visual context. The joystick method is the familiar scrolling and panning of a virtual map keeping the device itself static. In the dynamic peephole method the device is moved and the map is fixed with respect to an external frame of reference, but nodoi:10.1145/1322192.1322219 dblp:conf/icmi/RohsSREK07 fatcat:nmdowlzy5faz7diuxdpal6vtci