The dataset is companion to our CHI 2019 paper Vatavu and Ungurean (2019)
in which we report experimental results on stroke-gestures performed by people with and without motor impairments. For example, we found that stroke-gestures produced by people with motor impairments were recognized less accurately than the same gesture types produced by people without impairments, yet still accurately enough (93%) for practical purposes; were similar in terms of geometrical criteria to the gestures produced by people without impairments; but took considerably more time to produce (3.4s vs.
1.7s) and exhibited lower consistency in articulation (−49.7%). For more results, please see our paper.