How would you write papers or programs if you couldn't type?
Current input technology is limited and slow, especially when a
keyboard is not available, or unusable. PenDragon is a system
and environment built to support the tasks of entry,
navigation and modification for users in
impoverished input environments.
Jennifer Mankoff and Gregory D. Abowd.
- The Big Picture: Our problem and approach to solving it
- Jen Mankoff,
John Goldthwaite are all involved in this project
at various levels.
- Pictures and descriptions of the input devices, working
environment, and software which have come out of the PenDragon
project. Here's where pieces of the project that might be useful
in other settings can be downloaded or tried out.
- Cirrin, a circular soft
Cirrin: A word-level unistroke keyboard for pen input.
In Proceedings of UIST '98. Technical note. pp.213-214
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you're interested in supporting this project.
Phone (404) 872-6664