This project presents an elicitation study in which 24 participants were presented with 18 referents, or generic input primitives, and asked to generate a series of bodily gestures that they would use to issue these referents. We considered everyday wearable use scenarios involved sitting and standing while "hands-busy" and users were able to freely use any body part for input. The results characterize the body parts and action types selected and highlight preferences and usage patterns that can guide future designers and developers in creating more effective bodily input techniques for wearables.
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