Gray (2009)

Gray, W. D. (2009). The Cognitive Science of immediate interactive behavior or why milliseconds matter for reality-based interfaces. Paper presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Boston, MA.

The Cognitive Science of immediate interactive behavior or why milliseconds matter for reality-based interfaces

Reality-based interaction promises to tremendously expand the type of interactive behavior supported by computer systems. However, care must be taken lest reality-based techniques become a trendy replacement of older interactive techniques, not a concomitant of good design.

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