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As domestic robots and smart appliances become increasingly common, they require a simple, universal interface to control their motion. Such an interface must support a simple selection of a connected device, highlight its capabilities and allow for an intuitive manipulation. We propose "exTouch", an embodied spatially-aware approach to touch and control devices through an augmented reality mediated mobile interface. The "exTouch" system extends the users touchscreen interactions into the realdoi:10.1145/2460625.2460661 dblp:conf/tei/KasaharaNHI13 fatcat:cnwtiw4qcfgsxf5bwezafy4uxy