Métamorphe: Applications for Shape-Changing Keyboards

Abstract : We present Métamorphe, a novel shape-changing keyboard with keys that can be individually raised and lowered. Métamorphe augments the output of traditional keyboards with haptic and visual feedback, and offers a novel design space for user input on raised keys using new gestures (e.g., squeering or pushing the sides of keys). We detail the implementation of Métamorphe, describe its properties, and discuss possible applications including command selection.
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Gilles Bailly, Thomas Pietrzak, Jonathan Deber, Daniel Wigdor. Métamorphe: Applications for Shape-Changing Keyboards. Adjunct Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013), Workshop on Interaction with Deformable Displays, Apr 2013, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01821240⟩

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