Summary Lift and Drop extends Pick-and-Drop by tracking hand motion and reproducing it on the display, allowing for visual feedback like regular Drag-and-Drop
Description Bader et al. (2010) used a motion-capture system called AirLift to explore an interaction technique Lift-and-Drop meant for moving objects between displays without using touch input, but instead relying on cameras to record the user’s gesture. An interaction would be registered by recording the gesture made and the position of the hand in the environment.
Design motivation Augmenting existing practices, Creating engaging experiences
Design goal Improving information management across devices, Supporting joint interaction with information across devices
Device type Private, Semi-private, Public
Enabling technology Displays, Physical object identification, Sensors, Networking technologies
Theory
Reference Bader, T., Heck, A., & Beyerer, J. (2010). Lift-and-Drop: crossing boundaries in a multi-display environment by airlift. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (pp. 139-146). ACM.
Pattern family Pick-and-Drop
Cites Pick-and-Drop
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Related to Pick-and-Drop
Examples Lift-and-drop-example.png
Diagram Diagram for Lift-and-Drop.png

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