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사용자 친화적인 동적 키보드

A User Friendly Dynamic Keyboard

  • 양기철 (목포대학교, 멀티미디어공학과)
  • Yang, Gi-Chul (Department of Multimedia Engineering, Mokpo National University)
  • 투고 : 2014.04.14
  • 심사 : 2014.07.20
  • 발행 : 2014.07.28

초록

본 논문에서는 사용자 친화적이면서 좁은 영역에서도 효과적으로 입력을 수행할 수 있는 새로운 방식의 키보드를 제안한다. 기존의 키보드는 문자의 배열 형태나 사용 방식은 다르지만 대부분 키를 나열한 다음 선택하도록하는 방식이었다. 본 논문에서는 기존의 방식과 다르게 키보드 내용이 동적으로 변화하는 새로운 방식의 정보 입력장치인 Dynamic Keyboard(DynaKey)를 설계한다. Dynakey는 정확한 위치 선택이 어려운 장애인이나 화면이 작은 이동기기에서 사용하기 편리한 정보입력장치이다.

키워드

입력장치;유니버설 디자인;키보드;상호작용

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