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ISO/IEC 30113-61:2020

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Information technology - Gesture-based interfaces across devices and methods - Part 61: Single-point gestures for screen readers

This document defines single-point gestures for screen readers.
It specifies movements for clear and classified single-point gestures recognized by the screen readers.
It describes single-point gestures performed by a POI (point of interest). The single-point gestures are intended to operate in a consistent manner regardless of systems, platforms, applications or devices.
NOTE A POI can be manipulated by using an object such as a fingertip, a stylus, etc.

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