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Movements in gesture interfaces

By Jared Donovan and Margot Brereton

Abstract

There is a mismatch between the kinds of movements used in gesture interfaces and our existing theoretical understandings of gesture. We need to re-examine the assumptions of gesture research and develop theory more suited to gesture interface design. In addition to improved theory, we need to develop ways for participants in the process of design to adapt, extend and develop theory for their own design contexts. Gesture interface designers should approach theory as a contingent resource for design actions that is responsive to the needs of the design process

Topics: 080602 Computer-Human Interaction, 080399 Computer Software not elsewhere classified, Gesture, Gesture interfaces, Theoretical framework, Design methods
Publisher: IDWoP, Interaction Design and Work Practice Lab, Faculty of Information Technology, UTS
Year: 2005
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:26106
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