Usability design of a scanning interface for a robot used by disabled users

White, Anthony S. and Prior, Stephen D. (2007) Usability design of a scanning interface for a robot used by disabled users. In: Universal access in human computer interaction: 4th international conference on universal access in human-computer interaction, UAHCI 2007. Stephanidis, Constantine, ed. Lecture notes in computer science., Part 1 (4554-4). Springer, Berlin, pp. 1040-1049. ISBN 9783540732785

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Abstract

The results of examining a scanning user interface implementation with command inputs in the form of head gestures for a rehabilitation robot using Fitts’ law variations and comparing these with a servo eye tracking model are made. Calculations show that the movement time prediction is more accurate in this case using the servo eye model. The response from the linearised eye model predicts that there is a minimum scanning distance that can be used and minimum spacing between commands display.

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Conference held in Beijing, China, July 22-27, 2007.

Research Areas:Middlesex University Schools and Centres > School of Science and Technology > Computer and Communications Engineering
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