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26 February 2007 Intuitive user interface for mobile devices based on visual motion detection
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The small form factor and unergonomic keys of mobile phones call for new and more natural approaches in user interface (UI) design. In this paper, we propose intuitive motion-based UI controls for mobile devices with built-in cameras based on the visual detection of the device's self-motion. We developed a car-racing game to test our new interface, and we conducted a user study to evaluate the accuracy, sensitivity, responsiveness and usability of our proposed system. Results show that our motion-based interface is well received by the users and clearly preferred over traditional button-based controls.
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Stefan Winkler, Karthik Rangaswamy, and ZhiYing Zhou "Intuitive user interface for mobile devices based on visual motion detection", Proc. SPIE 6507, Multimedia on Mobile Devices 2007, 65070V (26 February 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.698841
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