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On Nov 5 Hector Lee wrote: Designing Gestural Interfaces by Dan Saffer
Designing Gestural Interfaces is a great resource for those interested in developing or research in gestural interfaces. Designing Gestural Interfaces provides you with essential information about kinesiology, sensors, ergonomics, physical computing, touchscreen technology, and new interface patterns. Dan Saffer is well-versed in interaction design and provides a good starting point… Full Review  >

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On May 8 Doron Katz wrote: Perhaps too elementary
very designer-oriented book, but quite elementary for those of you who have had some experience in designing interfaces. Dan Saffer presents in his work, a comprehensive collection of gestural resources, the science of kinesiology, ergonomics and physical computing to deliver patterns in gestural designing. The book is quite easy to read, with the author logically setting out the processes involved in prototyping and documenting how the user should interact with the device application, in an intuitive and anticipative way. Full Review  >

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