March 12, 2018

Young Innovator from University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan PhD computer science student Mohammad Sami Uddin has designed a new, faster menu for tablets, smart TVs and computer desktops.  He tackled the problem by developing a new multi-touch menu called HandMark-Finger. The interface, which is designed for large touchscreens such as tablets, makes it easier and about 30 percent faster to input commands.  Sami’s research was highlighted in the University of Saskatchewan young innovators program and featured in the Star Pheonix.  You can read the full interview here:

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