Example: Norrie 2013
By Linda Di Geronimo, Andrea Canonica, Maria Husmann, Moira C. Norrie
in The 9th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS 2017), Portugal, Lisbon, June, 2017
The use of mobile devices to interact with public or semi-public displays has been widely studied. Researchers have investigated the potential use of motion gestures in such settings to allow users to control the display without having to shift either their gaze from the display or their hand position on the device. However, tilting gestures still offer several implementation challenges and multiple variants of such gestures have been proposed. For this reason, we designed a framework that supports the rapid development of web-based applications and enables experimentation with a variety of techniques for continuous tilting interactions. Moreover, we present a study of three different motion gestures (Constant Move, Balance Board and Mapped Container) that can be used to control the cursor on a remote screen.