Touchers' and 'Mousers': Commonalities and Differences in Co-located Collaboration with Multiple Input Devices

author: Christian Mueller-Tomfelde, CSIRO ICT Centre
published: May 29, 2008,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 75
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We present a qualitative analysis of multiple touch/mouse input device trajectories. We observe balanced selection of preferred device and reveal more commonalities than differences in interaction patterns on tabletops.

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