Communicating interactive gestures the future of

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Unformatted text preview: s. Documenting interactive gestures. Prototyping interactive gestures. Communicating interactive gestures. The future of interactive gestures. 10 10 Patterns for touchscreens Tap to open/activate. – Simple, natural replacement for clicking with mouse. Tap to select. Drag to move object. Slide to scroll. Spin to scroll. 11 11 Patterns for touchscreens Pinch to shrink and spread to enlarge. Two fingers to scroll. 12 12 Index Introducing interactive gestures. Designing for the human body. Patterns for touchscreens. Patterns for free-form gestures. Documenting interactive gestures. Prototyping interactive gestures. Communicating interactive gestures. The future of interactive gestures. 13 13 Patterns for free-form gestures Proximity activation/deactivation. Move body to activate. Point to select / activate. Wave to activate. Rotate to change state. Shake to change. Tilt to move. 14 14 Index Introducing interactive gestures. Designing for the human body. Patterns for touchscreens. Patterns for free-form gestures. Documenting interactive gestures. Prototyping interactive gestures. Communicating interactive gestures. The future of interactive gestures. 15 15 Documenting interactive gestures Documentation is important to get the product Documentation efficiently and effectively built. efficiently Existing movement notation systems. – – – Labanotation. Benesh movement notation. Eshkol Wachman movement notat...
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