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Pen-and-Touch Interaction for Touch-Screen Displays of All Sizes

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Published on Oct 3, 2012

This video shows a demonstration of our in-place commands that work on direct touch displays. Michel Pahud walks through some in-place command work done at Microsoft Research including pen and touch with toolglass bimanual techniques. In-place commands are menus that appear next to the finger. They can work on small displays like slate, but also on very large displays so the user doesn't have to reach for the menu.

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