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Author Hsing-hsien Chen
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Department Industrial Design
Year 2011 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language Chinese&English Page Count 68
Title A Survey for the Hand-held touch Electronic product
Keyword
  • interface configuration
  • touch interface
  • projected capacitive touch
  • stylus
  • stylus
  • projected capacitive touch
  • touch interface
  • interface configuration
  • Abstract Abstract
      In the past, smart electronic products had relied on the keyboard and mouse for inputting text and graphics. Due to the advancement of touch screen technology in recent years, electronic products such as touch input devices came into existence. There is no need for users to familiarize themselves with a large number of symbols, locations, or text dismantling methods in advance, but to operate by inputting data with a finger or electronic pen. 
    According to purpose and targeting the 56 subjects, the questionnaire was adopted to gain an insight into the factors that differentiated the electronic pen from the finger when operating handheld electronic products, which served as a reference in the analysis. The questionnaire was divided into five parts: user experience, user distress while operating, user distress while operating with a stylus, user operation satisfaction, and basic information.
    Based on the descriptions of the chi-square test analysis results, as well as the handheld electronic product use experience, 3.2 and 3.8-inch smart phones were used. The product was held by the left hand and operated using the right index finger. Distress from operating by hand comes from six items, including: accidentally triggering other functional keys, text is covered by the finger, text reading errors, the screen is too small, the finger is dirty, and gloves need to be removed. Thus, the description of the significant differences indicates that the stress that arose from operating had an impact.
    The stress from operating with a stylus consists of two items: the location of the electronic product and the length of the stylus. Thus, the description of the significant differences indicates that the stress that arose from operating had an impact. In terms of operation satisfaction, the four items of finger slide operation, finger touch operation, the smoothness of electronic pen operation, and electronic pen slide operation, as verified through the t-test, significantly indicated operation satisfaction.
    Keywords; stylus, projected capacitive touch, touch interface, interface configuration.
    Advisor Committee
  • Yung-Hsiang Tu - advisor
  • Cherng-Yee Leung - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access immediately and off-campus access at one year
    Date of Defense 2012-07-18 Date of Submission 2012-09-04


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