Motivated by advances in touch-sensing technologies, Surface Computing and multi-touch input support in Windows 7, we have developed a number of prototype mice that consider different physical form-factors and sensing techniques. These devices allow us to do more than point-and-click: they can detect the position of users’ hands and fingers; recognise and react to gestures, and support novel interaction techniques.
- Xing-Dong Yang, Edward Mak, David McCallum, Pourang Irani, Xiang Cao, and Shahram Izadi, LensMouse: augmenting the mouse with an interactive touch display, in Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems , Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2010.
- Xiang Cao, Nicolas Villar, and Shahram Izadi, Comparing user performance with single-finger, whole-hand, and hybrid pointing devices, in Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems , Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., April 2010.
- Nicolas Villar, Shahram Izadi, Dan Rosenfeld, Hrvoje Benko, John Helmes, Jonathan Westhues, Steve Hodges, Eyal Ofek, Alex Butler, Xiang Cao, and Billy Chen, Mouse 2.0: Multi-touch meets the mouse., in Proceedings of UIST 2009, ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. p. 33-42. UIST 2009 Best Paper Award., Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., October 2009.