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CommandBoard: Creating a General-purpose Command Gesture Input Space for Soft Keyboards

CommandBoard: Creating a General-purpose Command Gesture Input Space for Soft Keyboards

CircGR: Interactive Multi-Touch Gesture Recognition using Circular Measurements

CircGR: Interactive Multi-Touch Gesture Recognition using Circular Measurements

Fallacies of Agreement: A Critical Review of Consensus Assessment Methods for Gesture Elicitation

Fallacies of Agreement: A Critical Review of Consensus Assessment Methods for Gesture Elicitation

Serendipity: Finger Gesture Recognition using an Off-the-Shelf Smartwatch

Serendipity: Finger Gesture Recognition using an Off-the-Shelf Smartwatch

EMPress: Practical Hand Gesture Classification with Wrist-Mounted EMG and Pressure Sensing

EMPress: Practical Hand Gesture Classification with Wrist-Mounted EMG and Pressure Sensing

Effects of Bend Gesture Training on Learnability and Memorability in a Mobile Game

Effects of Bend Gesture Training on Learnability and Memorability in a Mobile Game

Do That, There: An Interaction Technique for Addressing In-Air Gesture Systems

Do That, There: An Interaction Technique for Addressing In-Air Gesture Systems

Machine Learning of Personal Gesture Variation in Music Conducting

Machine Learning of Personal Gesture Variation in Music Conducting

Touch+Finger: Extending Touch-based User Interface Capabilities with “Idle” Finger Gestures in …

– Thank you for the introduction. Good morning everyone. My name is Hyunchul Lim and I’m a research assistant at Human Centered Computing Lab at Seoul National University, South Korea. Today I’m so pleased to present my work named Touch+Finger. Read more…


M.Gesture: An Acceleration-Based Gesture Authoring System on Multiple Handheld and Wearable Devices

M.Gesture: An Acceleration-Based Gesture Authoring System on Multiple Handheld and Wearable Devices

– I’m Ju-Wong Kim from Industrial Design department at KAIST. The co-authors are Han-Jung Kim and Professor Tek-Jin Nam. Growing number of people are using more than two mobile devices, such as smartphone and activity trackers or smart watches. With Read more…