Interaction design for home information applliances

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This paper describes the design and evaluation of a prototypical information appliance for displaying and exchanging paper and electronic notes and pictures at home. This study addresses two research problems: how to provide minimal and relevant functionality to home users and to investigate novel interaction styles that rely on a combination of computer-vision based technology with commercial pen input devices in order to support easy and learnable interaction. Evaluation of the prototype application suggests that participants were quickly able to use the application and that they liked the idea of combining paper and electronic media.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelAdvances in human-computer interaction I: Proceedings of the Panhellenic conference with international participation in human-computer interaction, PC-HCI 2001, Patras, Greece, December 7-9, 2001
RedacteurenN. Avouris, N. Fakotakis
Plaats van productiePatras, Greece
UitgeverijTyporama
Pagina's140-145
StatusGepubliceerd - 2001
EvenementAdvances in human-computer interaction I: Panhellenic conference with international participation in human-computer interaction, PC-HCI 2001 - Patras, Griekenland
Duur: 7 dec 20019 dec 2001

Congres

CongresAdvances in human-computer interaction I: Panhellenic conference with international participation in human-computer interaction, PC-HCI 2001
LandGriekenland
StadPatras
Periode7/12/019/12/01

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    Markopoulos, P., Vroubel, M., Bekker, M. M., & Wesselink, J. W. (2001). Interaction design for home information applliances. In N. Avouris, & N. Fakotakis (editors), Advances in human-computer interaction I: Proceedings of the Panhellenic conference with international participation in human-computer interaction, PC-HCI 2001, Patras, Greece, December 7-9, 2001 (blz. 140-145). Typorama.