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– zooming interface
– painting of the world
– natural continuous pointing gestures
– speed of writing (29 words per minute, for experienced user)
– typing on mobile devices, as well as on non-mobile devices with no mouse, using head mouse, or by using eyetracker
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Dasher Crack is a zooming interface. You point where you want to go, and the display zooms in wherever you point. The world into which you are zooming is painted with letters, so that any point you zoom in on corresponds to a piece of text. The more you zoom in, the longer the piece of text you have written. You choose what you write by choosing where to zoom. Dasher provides three in-focus modes:
– In Mouse mode: You zoom in on the precise location of the mouse. You can type letter-by-letter, or use a keyboard. The mouse can leave and return to the same location, where it can type and zoom out again. This allows you to alternate rapidly between letter and non-letter text, letter and non-letter text, etc.
– In Zoom mode: You can zoom out as far as you can still keep your view focused. The left mouse button shrinks the view towards the mouse location. Press the left mouse button and the view shrinks to the end of the nearest object. You can select text, move the view around, and type letter by letter. When you type, Dasher tries to center the letter on the mouse location, so that the text is always in-focus and always looks centered on the screen.
– In Eye mode: You select an area of the screen that is larger than the average screen size and that is bounded by a physical object. When you point at a point in the middle of that area, the system zooms in on it. When you point elsewhere, Dasher moves the mouse to center the point you have pointed at. You can type letter by letter, or zoom out to select non-letter elements that are still in-focus.
To exit mouse mode, press the left mouse button. To exit eye mode, select a point in the area of the screen where you want to zoom in. To end eye mode, press the space bar.
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– When the system is not in focus (or zoom) mode, writing and selecting text are ambiguous. Dasher solves this problem by painting a simple 2D matrix onto the screen. The rows of the matrix correspond to points of text on the screen, and the columns of the matrix correspond to the rows of the text matrix.
– When you write text, Dasher ignores the matrix and paints your text directly to the screen.
– When you select text, Dasher paints the selected text onto the
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– gesture is a continuous timed sequence of movements that specify a distance to travel, with no fixed absolute position (even 0,0)
– gesture selection is a list of words that may or may not be accompanied by a gesture
– gesture editing is a new editing mode where you enter a single gesture and press enter
– gesture recognition is the reverse of gesture editing, where you type in a single gesture and apply it to a word
– gesture recognition is a list of words that may or may not be accompanied by a gesture
– gesture segmentation is the reverse of gesture recognition
– gesture vocabulary is how many gestures there are
– gesture vocabulary dictation is the amount of words in the gesture vocabulary that you actually use
– gesture segmentation is a list of words that may or may not be accompanied by a gesture
– word segmentation is how many words are in a list of words
Why Dasher will be useful:
– your text is organized around a zooming timeline, of arbitrary length
– you can select from your gestures (with gesture editing) or dictate from your gestures (with gesture recognition)
– as you move, your text scrolls vertically at whatever speed you prefer (60 lines/min. is typical), with gaps where you enter a new gesture, or (with gesture recognition) where you dictate a new word
– you can quickly find a word that you like, and quickly switch to editing it
– many words can be edited with one gesture (with gesture editing) or done with one word (with gesture recognition)
– a gesture’s word will highlight as you type
– the writing is animated
– you can zoom in, or out, faster than real time
– you can edit out word segments and leave the rest in place
– text can appear just above your fingertips or on a laptop display
– you can use with left or right arm as you write
– you can write any language (except digits) in any direction
– you can undo your last gesture or writing without starting over
– no permanent record is kept of your writing
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What’s New In Dasher?
– Software that works on PCs and palmtop computers (e.g., Sharp Zaurus, Sony Clie, NCR Etherlink, Apple Newton, Genon Dragon)
– Design, implementation, and graphics code written entirely in Microsoft C#
– Builds almost entirely from the ground up. Only a few hundred legacy lines of code remain
– User Interface written in native C# (compared to WPF for example)
– Full-screen support on Windows and palmtop computers
– Applications for Windows Mobile, Pocket PC, iPhone, and Palm Pre
– Co-developed with Ben Wiseman, Peter Davies, Jamie Metz, and Brett McLaughlin
Dasher’s current features:
– Complex zooming gestures
– Writing text anywhere on the screen
– A range of writing utilities
– List of characters / words: Phonetic spell checker, ASCII, unicode, German and Japanese Hiragana and Katakana, Brazilian Portuguese Romanized Pinyin, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, Bulgarian, Czech, Brazilian Portuguese Romanized’s Cyrillic, and Korean Hanja
– Recognizes many symbols and special characters
– Type lock: locking words into a text. Unlocking type locks is an unnatural process that can involve words.
– Lists (often of great length)
– Shortcuts: a number of words that you can type or pronounce in place of longer words
– Erase – to erase long text, this feature must be implemented as a text-zoom and text-erase. To correctly erase, we use the latest stealth text eraser to avoid visual artifacts.
– Auto resize: resize text to be as large as the screen. For large-screen screens, the text can fit across several rows
– Color selections, backgrounds, and highlighting
– Line wrap for multiple pages
– Scrolling and scrolling gestures.
– Different screen sizes: portrait and landscape orientation support
Dasher has great potential as a future text input application, and a generic and natural pointing interface. Dasher has been used in a variety of software products like Powerpoint, Notebook, Word, SPSS, and Winamp. Dasher is also used as a new way to write email messages.
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System Requirements For Dasher:
• Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 10 (32-bit / 64-bit)
• DirectX 9.0c compatible
• 1.6 GHz processor
• 1 GB RAM (2 GB recommended)
• 20 GB available space
• 1280 × 800 display resolution
• Direct X 9.0c compatible
• 1 GB VRAM (2 GB recommended)
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