Comparison of Touch, Mobile Phone, and Gesture Based Controlling of Browser Applications on a Large Screen
Source: University of Oulu
The authors present a user study where three different controlling methods are utilized to control browser applications on a large screen. The test group consisted of 11 persons. First, the users need to control a browser on a large screen without any initial instructions with touch, performing gestures with a 3D acceleration sensor device and with an NFC enabled mobile phone. After this blind stage, detailed instructions for each interaction method are given (if necessary) and the testees perform a browsing task with each method.