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By Cheng Guo
Ehud Sharlin
From the University of Calgary

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  • Exploring the Use of Tangible User Interfaces for Human-Robot Interaction Cheng Guo Ehud Sharlin ― A Comparative Study University of Calgary
  • Jordà, S. et al The reacTable (2005)
  • Tangible User Interface (TUI) Ishii, H. and Ullmer, B. Tangible Bits: Towards Seamless Interfaces between People, Bits and Atoms (1997)
  • Quigely, M et al. Semi-Autonomous Human-UAV Interfaces for Fixed-Wing Mini-UAVs (2004)
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  • Gesture Interface / TUI Duality Source: http://cache.kotaku.com/assets/resources/2006/11/wii_baseball.jpeg
  • Navigation Posture
  • Obstacle Course
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  • The Horse Rein Metaphor
  • Wiimote Navigation Technique
  • Wiimote Navigation Technique
  • Wiimote Navigation Technique
  • Wiimote Navigation Technique
  • Easy Trial
  • Hard Trial
  • Posture
  • Postures
  • Easy Set
  • Hard Set
  • Task Two: Posture
  • Keypad Condition Posture Navigation
  • User Study
    • 8 Participants for Pilot Study
    • 20 Participants ( Mean = 22 yrs)
    • 14 people either haven’t played the Wii before or played only a few times.
    • Order:
    • Wiimote -> Keypad (10 Participants)
    • Keypad -> Wiimote (10 Participants)
  • Navigation – Task Completion Time
  • Navigation - Error
  • Posture – Task Completion Time Significant Technique X Posture Interaction The task completion time with each technique varies depending on the posture or vice versa.
  • Posture – Task Completion Time
  • Posture - Error
      • Wiimote/Nunchuk: M = 0
      • vs
      • Keypad: M = 1.5
  • Users’ Preferences
    • Participants completed both tasks faster and made fewer errors with the Wiimote/Nunchuk technique
    • Participants prefer the Wiimote/Nunchuk technique overall
    Summary
    • Thank you
    • Cheng Guo [email_address]
    • Ehud Sharlin ehud@cpsc.ucalgary.ca