urMus - Audio and Media Interactions and Interfaces on Mobile Phones


Default Interface

In principle urMus can be made to look in any conceivable way. It does however ship with a default mapping interface that serves as an example how mapping interfaces on mobile multitoch devices such as the iPhone might look like. Here we give a very brief introduction into the interaction elements of this interface. Because of the limited screen space, a lot of different interactions are packed into a relatively small area. urMus' default interface utilizes single taps, double taps as well as scrolling to allow input, modification of the workspace and organising of the display area.

Main Functional Areas
Single Tap Interactions
Double Tap Interactions
Scrolling and Sliding

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