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Single-handed interaction techniques for multiple pressure-sensitive strips
Extended abstracts of the 2004 conference on Human factors and computing systems - CHI '04
We present a set of interaction techniques that make novel use of a small pressure-sensitive pad to allow one-handed direct control of a large number of parameters. The surface of the pressure-sensitive pad is logically divided into four linear strips which simulate traditional interaction metaphors and the functions of which may be modified dynamically under software control. No homing of the hand or fingers in needed once the fingers are placed above their corresponding strips. We show howdoi:10.1145/985921.986090 dblp:conf/chi/BlaskoF04 fatcat:yhqrgeayfrafjbqwkfwlsqjob4