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TMotion

Issue: XXIII.5 September + October 2016
Page: 8
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Authors:
Sang Ho Yoon, Ke Huo, and Karthik Ramani

TMotion is a self-contained 3D input device that enables spatial interactions around a mobile device using an enhanced magnetic-sensing technique. Moving the stylus around the mobile device produces continuous 3D position tracking data in real time. Example applications that highlight TMotion's interaction capabilities include spatial tangible measurement, mid-air menu control, and mobile AR input. As 3D mobile interfaces develop, there is an increasing need for better methods to handle and exploit richer user inputs. We envision that a real-time 3D mobile input device like TMotion will fulfill these requirements.

https://engineering.purdue.edu/cdesign/wp/tmotion-embedded-3d-mobile-input-using-magnetic-sensing-technique/

Yoon, S-H. Huo, K., and Ramani, K. TMotion: Embedded 3D mobile input using magnetic sensing technique. Proc. of the 10th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction ACM, New York, 2016, 21–29.

Sang Ho Yoon, Purdue University
Yoon87@purdue.edu

Ke Huo, Purdue University

Karthik Ramani, Purdue University