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Evaluating Performance of Pointing Interface of Dynamic Gain Control in Wearable Computing Environment
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Evaluating Performance of Pointing Interface of Dynamic Gain Control in Wearable Computing Environment
Hong, Ji-Young; Chae, Haeng-Suk; Han, Kwang-Hee;
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 Abstract
Input devices of wearable computer are difficult to use, so a lot of alternative pointing devices have been considered in recent years. In order to resolve this problem, this paper proposed a dynamic gain control method which is able to improve the performance of wearable pointing device and showed an experimental result comparing this method with conventional method. Also the effects of methods were compared in terms of device (wearable and desktop). The result of calculating throughputs(index of performance) by Fitts' law showed that the pointing performance in dynamic gain condition was improved 1.4 times more than normal gain.
 Keywords
Wearable Computing;Pointing Interface;Sticky Icon;Dynamic gain control;Fitts' law;
 Language
Korean
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