Ciaraldi, Michael J.
Michalson, William R.
A High Stress Environment is a place where mobility is a necessity, and environmental factors limit the types of possible interaction. Current devices for computer interaction are not designed for use such environments. By analyzing input devices' usability in such environments, we identified a core technology for a new input device. We then used this technology to develop a prototype mouse replacement device to prove that this technology is suited to computer input systems for High Stress Environments, and examined its performance.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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