Designing Intuitive Gesture-Based Human Interface Systems
Gestures represent a fundamental and universal form of nonverbal communication and play an important role in how we interact with others. Unlike human-to-human gesturing, human-machine gesturing does not have a history to serve as a context, which poses a challenge for human interface system designers.
- How do machines know how to react?
- Is the action easy to replicate, and does it produce repeatable results?
- How can gestures be designed to be intuitively easy to?
- How does a system designer minimize the pain of “learning” gestures for the user?
Every gesture, whether touch or touchless, has to be tuned to the requirements of the system and the use case. Many factors go into defining a gesture and the resulting action including the speed, motion and surface area.
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