ScreenPadIssue: XX.1 January + February 2013
Sangwon Choi, Jiseong Gu, Jaehyun Han, Seongkook Heo, Sunjun Kim, and Geehyuk Lee
ScreenPad is an optical hover-tracking touchpad first introduced in the CHI'11 paper, "RemoteTouch," as a solution to enable continuous visual feedback on the TV screen about a user's finger movement. It is now evolving into different forms and for different applications. ScreenPad2, in the form of a large smartphone, is enabling bi-manual operations as well as thumb-based TV remote operations. ScreenPad2 was also shown to be useful for the laptop, enabling area-based gestures. ScreenPad3, with a long form factor and a longer hover-tracking range, is currently under development, aiming to replace the whole area below the laptop keyboard.
Project website: http://hcil.kaist.ac.kr/project/197600
Publication: Choi, S., Han, J., Lee, G., Lee, N., and Lee, W. RemoteTouch: Touch-screen-like interaction in the TV viewing environment. Proc. of CHI 2011. ACM, New York, 393-402.
Choi, S., Han, J., Kim, S., Heo, S., and Lee, G. ThickPad: A hover-tracking touchpad for a laptop. Proc. of UIST 2011 (demo). ACM, New York, 15-16.
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