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Published on Nov 7, 2015
Gunslinger is a mid-air interaction technique using barehand postures and gestures. Unlike past work, we explore a relaxed arms-down position with both hands interacting at the sides of the body. It features ‘hand-cursor’ feedback to communicate recognized hand posture, command mode and tracking quality; and a simple, but flexible hand posture recognizer. Although Gunslinger is suitable for many usage contexts, we focus on integrating mid-air gestures with large display touch input. We show how the Gunslinger form factor enables an interaction language that is equivalent, coherent, and compatible with large display touch input. A four-part study evaluates Midas Touch, posture recognition feedback, pointing and clicking, and general usability.
Mingyu Liu, Mathieu Nancel, and Daniel Vogel. 2015. Gunslinger: Subtle Arms-down Mid-air Interaction. Proceedings of the 28th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology (UIST), 8p.