Anne Köpsel, Nikola Bubalo
In "Reducing Legacy Bias in Gesture Elicitation Studies" (May–June 2014), Meredith Morris and colleagues presented a solution to the bias coming from users' "experience with prior interfaces and technologies, particularly the WIMP (windows, icons, menus, and pointing) interfaces that have been standard on traditional PCs for the past two decades" . But isn't it exactly this bias that should help us design good gestures? Insights But let's start at the beginning. More and more systems around us are no longer controlled by buttons and a mouse; hand gestures often control our systems. They can be used on small…
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