In this paper, we propose a human-content interface that allows users to quickly and efficiently search data through friction-based scrolling with ROI(Regions of interests). Our approach, conceived from the behavior of finding information or content of interest to users, efficiently calculates ROI for a given content. Based on the kernel developed by conceiving from GMM(Gaussian mixture model), information is searched by moving the screen smoothly and quickly to the location of the information of interest to the user. In this paper, linear interpolation is applied to make one softer inertia, and this is applied to scrolls. As a result, unlike the existing approach in which information is searched according to the user's input, our method can more easily and intuitively find information or content that the user is interested in through friction-based scrolling. For this reason, the user can save search time.