Adam Williams, Francisco Ortega
A popular technique for developing gesture-interaction sets is elicitation. Elicitation is a type of participatory design in which a user is tasked with producing interaction techniques for emerging technologies. Commonly this is done for gesture inputs, but it can be extended into nearly any input design space. Elicitation is typically done by showing the desired outcome of the command to be generated (the referent), then recording what a participant produces, for example, a gesture they come up with . After a set of gestures is collected, they are placed into equivalence classes by raters. Say a swipe with two…
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