Separability of spatial manipulations in multi-touch interfaces

Miguel A. Nacenta, Patrick Baudisch, Hrvoje Benko, Andy Wilson

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Abstract

Multi-touch interfaces allow users to translate, rotate, and scale digital objects in a single interaction. However, this freedom represents a problem when users intend to perform only a subset of manipulations. A user trying to scale an object in a print layout program, for example, might find that the object was also slightly translated and rotated, interfering with what was already carefully laid out earlier.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Graphics Interface 2009
Place of PublicationKelowna, British Columbia, Canada
PublisherCanadian Information Processing Society
Pages175-182
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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