Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale

exercises  -  2. the computer

EXERCISE 2.3

Pick a couple of computer input devices that you are aware of (joystick, light pen, touchscreen, trackball, eyegaze, dataglove, etc.) and note down how each has different attributes that support certain forms of interaction. You ought to know a little about all of these devices - if you do not, research them.

answer

open-ended investigation


Other exercises in this chapter

ex.2.1 (open), ex.2.2 (tut), ex.2.3 (open), ex.2.4 (tut), ex.2.5 (tut), ex.2.6 (tut)

all exercises for this chapter


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