Using Guessability Framework: Age-Related Differences In Hand Gesture Interaction (Short paper)
Mid-air gestures have been heavily studied in HCI but with mostly younger adults (YAs). Older adults (OAs) can equally benefit from such a modality, but given their heterogeneous motor abilities, designing suitable gestures is challenging . Our research specifically looks at age-related differences in hand gesture preferences between older and younger adults. This subject is important since it relates to the idea of a proper age-inclusive technological design and the means towards the successful adoption of technologies by all the layers of the population, including older adults .
Yurii Vasylkiv, Ali Neshati, Shariff A. M. Faleel, Yumiko Sakamoto and Pourang Irani. 2020. Using Guessability Framework: Age-Related Differences In Hand Gesture Interaction. In 11th Augmented Human International Conference (AH ’20), May 27–29, 2020, Winnipeg, MB, Canada. ACM, NewYork, NY, USA, 2 pages. https://doi.org/10.1145/3396339.3396394