Hrg. Andreas Riener, Philipp Wintersberger,
"3D Theremin: A Novel Approach for Convenient"
, in Andreas Riener and Myounghoon Jeon: 3rd International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications AutomotiveUI 2011), November 29-December 2, Salzburg, Austria, 2011
3D Theremin: A Novel Approach for Convenient
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3rd International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications AutomotiveUI 2011), November 29-December 2, Salzburg, Austria
Efficient and intuitive interaction with screens is a topic of ever increasing importance. The same applies for
the car domain, where (i) navigation systems use large screens to provide information, (ii) traditional instrument boards are more and more replaced with fully
configurable digital screens, and (iii) novel visual information systems such as the head-up display (HUD) find its way into. Capacitive proximity sensing has been
identified as promising technique to cope with the lack of support for screen content adaptation by proposing eyes-free, contactless human-system interaction in a
mouse-like manner. While input with a single or dual dimensional capacitive proximity sensing device has been successfully demonstrated, the extension of the same
paradigm to support "point and click" operations in 3D is a novelty discussed in this work.