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Enhanced Area Cursors: Reducing Fine Pointing Demands for People with Motor Impairments
 

Summary: Enhanced Area Cursors: Reducing Fine Pointing Demands
for People with Motor Impairments
Leah Findlater1
, Alex Jansen1
, Kristen Shinohara1
, Morgan Dixon2
,
Peter Kamb1
, Joshua Rakita1
, Jacob O. Wobbrock1
1
The Information School, 2
Computer Science and Engineering
DUB Group, University of Washington
{ leahkf, ajansen7, kshino, medixon, pkamb, rakitaj, wobbrock }@uw.edu
ABSTRACT
Computer users with motor impairments face major
challenges with conventional mouse pointing. These
challenges are mostly due to fine pointing corrections at the
final stages of target acquisition. To reduce the need for

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle
Findlater, Leah - College of Information Studies, University of Maryland at College Park
Wobbrock, Jacob O. - Information School, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences