Carnegie Mellon group shows iPad skeuomorphism
(Phys.org) —The Human Interfaces Group at Carnegie Mellon, led by the group’s director Chris Harrison, an assistant professor of Human Computer Interaction, have done work that shows how traditional hand movements to perform tasks such as measuring and erasing can be naturally applied to the digital screen, improving on a natural interaction with computers. They have come up with TouchTools, a gesture design approach.
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