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Supporting 3D Window Manipulation with a Yawing Mouse

Abstract : We present an interaction technique based on a yawing mouse (a device that senses the yaw orientation), designed for integral manipulation of 3D desktop windows in a three degrees-of-freedom space. We describe the construction of a prototype. A pilot study is conducted in order to investigate the performance gain expected with the yawing mouse. We then discuss some aspects of the form factors of devices intended to this kind of task.
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Rodrigo Andrade Botelho de Almeida, Pierre Cubaud. Supporting 3D Window Manipulation with a Yawing Mouse. NordiCHI'06, Fourth Nordic Conf. on Human-computer interaction. Oslo, Jan 2006, X, France. pp.477-480. ⟨hal-01125225⟩



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