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The user is entering a “2” by “scanning” two fingers (see Ni and Baudish’s Disappearing Mobile Devices for more ). 4 nails are miniature views of a web page that keep font size readable by cropping text rather than scaling it. Off-screen visualization techniques, such as Halo and Wedge virtually extend the screen by leveraging off-screen space. In this article, however, we focus on the other aspect of the challenge: inputrelated issues. geSTUre inPUT Gesture input bypasses the lack of input space by using the device as a whole.
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Many complex desktop applications allow users to manipulate data, but only after having selected them, either through a pointing device, like a mouse, or through a keyboard. If we want to bring such applications to mobile devices, we need to be able to select these objects on the screen. Miniature joysticks, still common on mobile phones, let the user select objects but with very limited pointing accuracy and abilities. Touch screens on the other hand offer much better performance. In addition to the ease of use, they are well-suited for mobile devices since they can integrate the input medium and the output screen into the same physical space, thus allowing for physical compactness of the device.