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Analyzing Children's Hand Actions using Tangible User Interfaces

Analyzing Children's Hand Actions using Tangible User Interfaces,Alissa N. Antle

Analyzing Children's Hand Actions using Tangible User Interfaces  
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We present the theory and mixed methods approach for analyzing how children's hands can help them think during interaction. The methodology was developed for a study comparing indirect with direct input methods for object manipulation activities in digitally supported problem solving. We propose a classification scheme based on the notions of complementary and epistemic actions in spatial problem solving. In order to overcome inequities when comparing mouse input with the multi- access, bimanual input, we develop a series of relative measures based on our classification scheme. This methodology is applicable to a range of computationally augmented activities involving object manipulation.
Published in 2009.
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