FingerGlass: Efficient Multiscale Interaction on Multitouch Screens

Many tasks in graphical user interfaces require users to interact with elements at various levels of precision. The authors present FingerGlass, a bimanual technique designed to improve the precision of graphical tasks on multitouch screens. It enables users to quickly navigate to different locations and across multiple scales of a scene using a single hand. The other hand can simultaneously interact with objects in the scene. Unlike traditional pan-zoom interfaces, FingerGlass retains contextual information during the interaction.

Provided by: University of California Topic: Hardware Date Added: May 2011 Format: PDF

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