Measuring physical pressure in smart phone interaction for people with impairments

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Abstract

Personalization has become an important aspect in human-computer interaction. Not only differ users drastically regarding their interests, knowledge and individual prerequisites, they also have varying interaction capabilities. The latter is especially significant for users with different kinds of cognitive and/or motor impairments. Thus, the IAAA project investigates novel interaction methods as well as methods to model users' interaction capabilities in order to personalize the overall interaction process later. This paper focuses on physical pressure as an additional method to interact with common smart phones which could also be used to interact with other interactive systems. It compares four different ways of measuring physical pressure for the specific domain and presents the results of an initial user study that has been conducted with the target group in order to i) evaluate how well users can handle the respective interaction method and ii) how reliably the different approaches work.

OriginalspracheEnglisch
TitelMensch und Computer 2015 - Workshop
Redakteure/-innenAnette Weisbecker, Albrecht Schmidt, Michael Burmester
Herausgeber (Verlag)Walter de Gruyter GmbH
Seiten283-290
Seitenumfang8
ISBN (elektronisch)9783110443332
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 1 Aug 2015
Veranstaltung21st International Workshop on Intelligent and Personalized Human-Computer Interaction, ABIS 2015, Held at Humans and Computers 2015 Conference - Stuttgart, Deutschland
Dauer: 6 Sep 20159 Sep 2015

Publikationsreihe

NameMensch und Computer 2015 - Workshop

Konferenz

Konferenz21st International Workshop on Intelligent and Personalized Human-Computer Interaction, ABIS 2015, Held at Humans and Computers 2015 Conference
Land/GebietDeutschland
OrtStuttgart
Zeitraum06.09.201509.09.2015

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