Effective Multimodal Feedback For Around-device interfaces

Freeman, E. (2014) Effective Multimodal Feedback For Around-device interfaces. In: MobileHCI '14: 16th International Conference On Human-Computer Interaction With Mobile Devices and Services, Toronto, Canada, 23-26 Sep 2014, pp. 399-400. ISBN 9781450330046 (doi: 10.1145/2628363.2634264)

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Around-device interaction lets people use their phones without having to pick them up or reach out and touch them. This allows interaction when touch may not be available; for example, users could gesture to interact with their phones while cooking, avoiding touching the screen with messy hands. Well-designed feedback helps users overcome uncertainty during gesture interaction, however giving effective feedback from small devices can be a challenge and detailed visual feedback will not always be suitable. My thesis research looks at how other types of feedback may be used effectively during around-device interaction to help users.

Item Type:Conference Proceedings
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Freeman, Dr Euan
Authors: Freeman, E.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Computing Science
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