Designing eyes-free interaction on mobile devices presents a fertile ground for user-interface innovations. This is because mobile devices sport a variety of interesting I/O peripherals that enable the UI designer to minimize explicit user interaction. Here are a set of slides describing some of this research presently being carried out on the Android platform. This talk was given at Stanford as part of a class taught by David Jaffey.
|Audio||Talk At Stanford|
|Class||Stanford Eng 110|
Date: 2009-02-10 Tue
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