Understanding Gesture Input Articulation with Upper-Body Wearables for Users with Upper-Body Motor Impairments

Radu-Daniel Vatavu, Ovidiu-Ciprian Ungurean
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
spinal cord injury traumatic brain injury spina bifida multiple sclerosis osteogenesis imperfecta Parkinson's Friedreich's ataxia spastic quadriplegia phocomelia Figure 1: Users with upper-body motor impairments articulating touchscreen stroke-gestures and mid-air motion-gestures on and with a wearable. The device is worn on the wrist (as a watch), on the index fnger (as a ring), and on the head (attached to the temple of a pair of glasses). Diferent colors in this fgure indicate diferent motor impairment conditions and causes.
doi:10.1145/3491102.3501964 fatcat:ywhfyv3srnarbim62d4ehsgpwe