Semantic Pointing

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Semantic pointing improves selecting small elements. It separates what is visible on the screen from the actual size of the elements based on what is relevant to the user. When a user wants to select something, it becomes bigger to the computer while it stays the same for the user.


Semantic Pointing: Improving Target Acquisition with Control-Display Ratio Adaptation

Conference: Proceedings of CHI 2004, 2004
By: Renaud Blanch, Yves Guiard, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon
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