Interactions of human, machines, and atoms

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Interactions of human, machines, and atoms

  1. 1. Interactions of Humans, Machines, and Atoms Yoshiharu Sato http://yo-sato.com/
  2. 2. Human vs Machine
  3. 3. Human acts on Machine • Interaction examples • GUI of PC, Smart Phone • Commanding • Discrete: start/stop, select, confirm • Analog: quantity setting • Texting • Pointing (position, movement) • Handle, Pedal in a car • Button, Knob on consumer electronics • … • Observation • Fingers/hands are dominant organs to play, while human actions to human/atoms in real-world are multi-modal in nature.
  4. 4. Machine receives information from Human • Interaction examples • Health-care monitor • Security camera • Lock/unlock of car door • Wind direction of air-conditioner • … • Observation • They are one direction and not interactions. There is a much space to help human through interactions.
  5. 5. Machine acts on Human • Interaction examples • Game story • Alarm • GUI - popup window • sound, lighting, vibration • Traffic signal • … • Observation • Besides visuals, multiple modalities are used but in primitive forms. Robots, for example, nursing care robot, may change situation radically.
  6. 6. Human receives information from Machine • Interaction examples • GUI of PC, Smart Phone • Display • Augmented reality with Google Glass • Rumba position • … • Visuals are dominant.
  7. 7. Human vs Human • Interaction channels • language • text • voice • visuals • sounds • body gesture • Observation • They are multimodal interactions.
  8. 8. Human vs Atom • Interaction channels • Human-to-atom: trigger by human mechanical actions • Atom-to-human: human 5 senses • Observation • It is uni-modal from human to atom, while it is multi- modal in opposite direction. • If human multi-modal effectors such as voice, gaze, or brain state is linked with machines to act on atoms, human power on atoms would be amazing.
  9. 9. Opportunities Multimodal Interactions machines humanatoms
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