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1 Lecture 4: History of Handhelds (PDAs to Smartphones & Tablets) and their Interaction Techniques Brad Myers A/05-499A: Interaction Techniques Spring, 2014 © Brad Myers
Announcements Assignment 1 due next Monday! My office hours: Tuesdays, 3-4 or by appointment Don’t forget Jeff’s office hours: Wednesdays 3-4 (after class) in NSH 4605 Please do the “required” readings Great guest lectures (by Skype) next week © Brad Myers 2
“Computers” © Brad Myers 3 (cite, slide 24, 25)cite
Early Handwriting Input Handwriting recognition has been an active research topic since 1960’s: Rand Tablet: 1964: Used term: “pen-computing” Early: hand printing Lots of work on handwriting and gestures E.g., W. Buxton, E. Fiume, R. Hill, A. Lee, C. Woo, “Continuous hand-gesture driven input,” Graphics Interface '83 (1983), pp. 191–195 © Brad Myers 4
Programmable Calculators The first programmable pocket calculator was the HP-65, in 1974 – Wikipedia First graphing calculator was the Casio FX- 7000G released in 1985 Continued to improve and get cheaper through 80’s and 90’s HP and TI HP used reverse polish notation (RPN) = postfix No need for parentheses: * instead of (4+5)*6 © Brad Myers 5
“Ubiquitous Computing” Term coined by Mark Weiser at Xerox PARC, 1988 Mark Weiser. “The Computer for the 21 st Century”, Scientific American, , Sep Mark Weiser. “Some Computer Science Issues in Ubiquitous Computing,” CACM. July, (7). pp (Died at 46 in 1999 of cancer) “I called these three sizes of computers boards, pads, and tabs, and adopted the slogan that, for each person in an office, there should be hundreds of tabs, tens of pads, and one or two boards.” [p. 76] © Brad Myers 6
PARC Tab ~1989 Low speed wireless network using IR Touch-sensitive screen Quick writing – unistrokes, write on top of each other David Goldberg and Cate Richardson. “Touch Typing with a Stylus,” Human Factors in Computing Systems, Proceedings INTERCHI'93. Amsterdam, Netherlands, Apr, pp © Brad Myers 7
Go Corp’s “PenPoint” OS Founded 1987, released in 1991 One of the founders was Robert Carr from Xerox PARC; Alto designer Hardware by NCR, IBM and EO Styled to look like a tabbed notebook Conventional tapping on menus Lots of gestures for editing, page turning, etc. Flick to scroll and turn pages, circle, insert space, cross-out, insert word, get help, … Press and hold to start moving or selecting Hand printing for text entry Hyperlinks Instant on-off © Brad Myers 8
PenPoint © Brad Myers 9 User’s guide us/um/people/bibuxton/buxtoncollection/a/pdf/ Go%20PenPoint%20Getting%20Started.pdf us/um/people/bibuxton/buxtoncollection/a/pdf/ Go%20PenPoint%20Getting%20Started.pdf Pictures: Video:
GRiDPad © Brad Myers 10 Jeff Hawkins under 5 lbs 386SL 20MHz processor with a 80387SX coprocessor with 20MB RAM and 40, 60, 80 or 120MB hard drive. It had a 10" diagonal backlit VGA display with 32 gray scales. There was a built in PCMCIA card slot, an internal fax/modem card, a floppy drive port and a standard keyboard port. Operating time was about 3 hours on NiCad battery pack.
Microsoft Pen Windows From: 1991 Version of Windows 3.1 for pen computing Added handwriting recognition Versions for Windows NT, Windows 95, etc. © Brad Myers 11 Images:
Apple Newton Key issue: handwriting recognition was main input technique Often not successful Famously panned for an entire week by Doonesbury (August 1993) © Brad Myers 13
General Magic’s “Magic Cap” OS 1994 Ran on Sony MagicLink hardware Object-oriented OS for PDAs 3D Room metaphor Special AT&T wireless network (very slow) © Brad Myers 14 Pictures:
Early phone + PDAs © Brad Myers 15 IBM Simon Shipped in 1994 by BellSouth Nokia 9110 Communicator 1996 Added full physical keyboard Typical PDA features: Address book, calendar Slow
Palm Founded by Jeff Hawkins who did GridPad US Robotics (1995), 3Com (1997), Handspring (1998), Palm (2000), HP (2010) First released version: 1996 = “Pilot” Name changed due to lawsuit They did lots of user testing with prototypes created using HyperCard Graffiti for data entry © Brad Myers 16
Palm Graffiti Jeff Hawkins had seen Xerox QuickWriting Lawsuit Designed to be easier to learn Still required practice Unistroke except for “X” Two sides – numbers look the same as some letters © Brad Myers 17
18 Palm’s design Principles “Designing the Palm Pilot: A conversation with Rob Haitani”, by Eric Bergman and Rob Haitani, chapter 4 in Information Appliances and Beyond, Eric Bergman, ed. (2000) Fast access to key features on small screens -> Only a few commands used a lot Leave commands off main screen, even if not symmetric new vs. delete (think stapler and stapler remover) Note that violates consistency Tap and then type in schedule and to-do Only four buttons – which ones? Vs. Windows CE -> if know PC, this is familiar But usage models are different PC: infrequent long usage Palm: frequent short bursts of usage © Brad Myers
Palm Watch © Brad Myers 19 Fossil, Announced 2002, shipped x 160 illuminated screen with a stylus integrated into the band, 8MB internal memory, rechargeable battery and standard Palm platform features $250 Heavy, short battery life, tiny stylus
Palm Phones Kyocera QCP-6035 about 2001 Physical phone buttons, or regular Palm Low-speed internet Handspring (then Palm) Treo Blackberry-like keyboard replaces Graffiti Starting 2002 © Brad Myers 20
Windows CE © Brad Myers 21 CE 1.0 released in 1996 (same year as 1 st PalmPilot) Many names: Windows Compact Edition (WinCE), Windows Palm PC, Windows Pocket PC (PPC), Windows Handheld PC (HPC), Windows Mobile HPC for landscape devices with a keyboard, PPC for portrait Similarities to Windows, but different OS Instant on Different UI interactions Compaq iPaq became very popular (2000)
22 Studies for Original Windows CE “The Interaction Design of Microsoft Windows CE”, by Sarah Zuberec, chapter 5 in Information Appliances and Beyond, Eric Bergman, ed. (2000) Studies: minimum target: stylus = 5.04mm 2, finger = 9.04mm 2 Drag between down and up for “tap” = 2mm Many usage scenarios User tests identified Tahoma 10 bold as best system font, but couldn’t be used because not enough content fit in the dialogs So used Tahoma 9 Novice users did better with keyboard, but experts preferred character recognizer Problem with initial designs: too many taps Achieved “walk up and use” but too slow for experts Double tap with stylus difficult and unnatural “Consistency worked against learning and use.” © Brad Myers
RIM Blackberry Starting 1999 Research in Motion (RIM) Blackberry 850 & pager Originally, proprietary network Key features: Two-thumb keyboard Roller dial (“scroll wheel”) for navigation Moved to side of device Eventually, became 2D navigation Later, regular phone networks Awkward attempts at full-screen touchscreen Attempted to be backwards compatible with old applications Insufficient 3 rd party applications Late to have good APIs © Brad Myers 23
Early wireless phone UIs © Brad Myers – first Nokia soft keys & scrolling Standardized on 2 or 4 directions, 2 action keys Motorola Razr – 2004 Thinner is better Text entry by multi-tap or T9 Note: not touch screens WAP – starting 1997 Wireless Application Protocol Bring web-like access to these devices Terrible usability Nielsen study
Windows TabletPC 2001 spec (Windows XP), first devices in 2002 Bill Gates said it would be big (2002) Handwriting recognition was much better, but still not sufficiently accurate Windows UI not changed for pen Lower accuracy than mouse Quite poor UIs for correction © Brad Myers 25
2G, 3G, 4G, GSM, CDMA, etc. 1G = analog, 1980s 2G = GSM digital data, 1992, CDMA version followed About 40 kbit/s 3G = about kbit/s 4G = about Mbit/s, up to 1 Gbit/s © Brad Myers 26
Wifi and BlueTooth Wifi – from 1988 Officially IEEE Whole family: a, b, g, n … Originally called “WaveLan” CMU was first fully wireless campus starting in 1997 = “wireless Andrew” “Wifi” trademark in 1999 BlueTooth started by Ericsson in 1994 Standardized as IEEE in 2002 and 2005 Name from 1997 Named for Danish tenth-century king Short range, exactly 2 devices Original use: phone to earpiece Now, mice, keyboards, etc. © Brad Myers 27
iPod 2001 Apple iPod lauded for design and user interface Unique dial interaction technique Enabled easy access to thousands of songs Highly tuned speed ratio iTunes entire service design 5 GB hard drive that put “1,000 songs in your pocket.” © Brad Myers 28
iPhone Starting 2007 Went against the conventional wisdom in many aspects --- what? --- Some unique interaction techniques --- what? --- © Brad Myers 29
iPhone Starting 2007 Went against the conventional wisdom in many aspects No blackberry-style keyboard Capacitive screen (multi-touch) No stylus Only one button – focus on easy to use Some unique interaction techniques Scroll bounce, swipe login, … © Brad Myers 30
Android Unveiled 2007, first phone in 2008 Google offered it free to phone manufacturers Open source Based on Linux and Java About 700,000 different device types Hundreds of screen sizes © Brad Myers 31
Phone MarketShare 32 © Brad Myers
iPad 2010 Very different from TabletPC Media machine Little text entry facilities Interactions same as a Phone, instead of mimicking a PC Focuses on ease of use © Brad Myers 33
Timeline © Brad Myers 34
Many other devices not covered Personal organizers Casio, Sharp, etc. Book readers (Amazon Kindle, etc.) Custom devices for vertical markets Warehouses, doctors, etc. © Brad Myers 35
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