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EdgeMark Menu: A 1D Menu for Curved Edge Display Smartphones

Abstract : While many smartphones now include a waterfall (or curved edge) display, this edge is rarely exploited for input. In this paper, we introduce EdgeMark, a thumb-operated, one-handed, gestural menu to provide rapid and subtle access to commands. In a first study, we assess the movement range of the user during uni-manual input to define a spatial range for our EdgeMark menu. In a second study, we compare three potential EdgeMark designs to a marking menu variant to assess accuracy and performance. Our findings indicate that EdgeMark menus can serve as a reliable, effective mechanism for subtle, one-hand command invocation in modern, waterfall-edged smartphones.
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Hanaë Rateau, Yosra Rekik, Edward Lank, Keiko Katsuragawa. EdgeMark Menu: A 1D Menu for Curved Edge Display Smartphones. MobileHCI '21: 23rd International Conference on Mobile Human-Computer Interaction, Sep 2021, Toulouse & Virtual France, France. pp.1-9, ⟨10.1145/3447526.3472017⟩. ⟨hal-03379059⟩

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