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

exercises  -  2. the computer

EXERCISE 2.6

Describe Fitts' Law (see chapter 1). How does Fitts' Law change for different physical selection devices, such as a 3-button mouse, a touchpad, or a pen/stylus? (You'll need to do some research for this.)

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

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