Maximilian von Taeuffenbach
Touch has been proven reliable for some years now. It is precise and fast but there are still scenarios where touch is limited, mainly due its limitation to a 2D input space. This is where AirGest comes in. It does not replace touch but enhances its functionality. AirGest enables the user to use in-air gestures and combine them with existing touch gestures to increase productivity. AirGest is designed to accomplish four goals: Extend the existing functionality with new features, improve the interaction performance, enable dynamic C-D Gain and prevent occlusion. This project is about implementing four suitable touch-gesture combinations to examine the effectiveness of this concept.
Gesture + touch interaction 2D controls
Gesture + touch interaction