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Empirical Study on the Improvement of the Usability of a Touch Panel for the Elderly--Comparison of Usability between a Touch Panel and a Mouse--
Hirokazu IWASE Atsuo MURATA
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems
Publication Date: 2003/06/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8532
Type of Manuscript: LETTER
Category: Software Engineering
elderly person, aging, touch panel, performance model, Fitts' law,
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In this study, we clarified the differences in the pointing time required when using a touch panel and a PC mouse for three age groups: young, middle-aged, and elderly. We constructed a performance model for a touch panel operation (Experiment 1). Moreover, we investigated the visual interference caused by a multi-target presentation (Experiment 2). The delay caused by visual interference for the right-hand target was longer than that for the left-hand target, and that for the upper target was longer than that for the lower target.