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“…voice input). In addition, a cumbersome keypad lock system for mobile devices, where the user first has to unlock the keypad through a combination of arbitrary button presses before the interaction and lock the keypad again in a similar way after the intended interaction, becomes unnecessary when using gesture interaction, because gesture patterns are not likely to occur by accident (Kallio et al, 2010). However, gesture interaction also has its drawbacks, such as the lack of haptic feedback or the loss of cues and affordances, which might render this type of interaction particularly difficult for elderly users.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…voice input). In addition, a cumbersome keypad lock system for mobile devices, where the user first has to unlock the keypad through a combination of arbitrary button presses before the interaction and lock the keypad again in a similar way after the intended interaction, becomes unnecessary when using gesture interaction, because gesture patterns are not likely to occur by accident (Kallio et al, 2010). However, gesture interaction also has its drawbacks, such as the lack of haptic feedback or the loss of cues and affordances, which might render this type of interaction particularly difficult for elderly users.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Especially if the interaction is designed to match patterns and symbols they are familiar with, and their execution is tolerant to motor impairments an older user might display [16,27]. They also constitute an ideal platform for older adults when dealing with numeric entry tasks, not forcing users to divide their attention between the input device and screen content [5], and they offer high flexibility making it possible to adapt to distinct users' needs and preferences like the ones present in the old aged population [10].…”
Section: Tablet Devices and Older Adultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…New technologies like Tablet devices or older technology like Television (TV) can be ideal solutions for these goals: TV as a technology present "in every home" could help reduce the gap between old and new technology [17,24], while Tablet devices built on top of mobile device advantages like simplicity and touch interaction, could help captivate older users [16,27].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%