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Design and Implementation of Trackball Based UI for Efficient Text Entry on Smartwatch
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 Title & Authors
Design and Implementation of Trackball Based UI for Efficient Text Entry on Smartwatch
Lee, Ji-eun; Ahn, Jung-eun; Park, Kyeongsoo; Choi, Go-eun; Moon, Il-Young;
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 Abstract
Recently, wearable devices have gained popularity with familiar form factors and designs of eye-wear and watch to satisfy wearers` various preferences. Since UI/UX of smartphones can not be applied directly on smaller wearable devices, text entry on wearable devices is still problematic. In this paper, we first identify UI/UX problems of existing input methods and propose a new input method for wearable devices specifically targeting smartwatch platforms. We design and implement an efficient text entry method for wearable devices using trackball sensor and evaluate its performance and usability.
 Keywords
Wearable device;Smartwatch;Text entry;Input method;Trackball;
 Language
Korean
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한국정보통신학회논문지, 2016. vol.20. 8, pp.1503-1510 crossref(new window)
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