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JChueke HCID Open Day_apr2012_pt01
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  • The introduction of novel hardware for computing and gaming during the last decade is changing the way we control everyday devices. It provides NUI control methods, such as haptic (e.g. iPhone, iPad, MS Surface), gesture-based and voice (e.g. Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Xbox 360 console gaming with Kinect sensor) and eye tracking interactions (e. g. Tobii P-10).One specific impact this has had is on the user’s control of such devices. New ways to control – new gestures vocabularies (example kinect and iPad) - New command vocabularies have emerged and users do not know how to access or activate them.New visual metaphors (metro dashboard)How do people make sense?How do people learn?How to design better pas to improve ux and learning?How to teach at first and when one becomes and expert he/she may hide pa----------------Regarding new gestures vocabularies, what you gonna see is not what I mean…
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    • 1. Measuring PerceptibleAffordances with Eye Tracking:An iGoogle Case Study Jacques Chueke London, UK, May 2011 George Buchanan (1st Supervisor) Lecturer, Centre for HCI Design Stephanie Wilson (2nd Supervisor) Lecturer, Centre for HCI DesignMaster in Design, PUC-Rio, RJ, BrazilPhD Researcher at the Centre for HCI DesignSchool of Informatics, City University London 1
    • 2. New Modes of Interaction Microsoft Surface, 2007 Xbox 360 (Kinect) Dashboard, 2011 Tobii LeNovo, Jun 2011 CES 2009: Hitachis Gesture Remote Control TV Prototype Front-facing webcam to track head movements for cursor control, 2011 2
    • 3. It’s not supposed to be like this… Gmail Motion, April 2011 3
    • 4. Problem Statement• Traditional control modes of interaction (e.g. Mouse and Keyboard) are being substituted by NUI (physical interactions, e.g. touch, voice, gestures, eye gaze).• Emerging Post-WIMP command vocabularies.• Hybrid solutions of control modes (interactions) x visual solutions (interfaces).• The ‘hidden gestures’ issue.• The ‘invisible’ control issue or ‘hidden interactions’. 4
    • 5. Problem Statement• What am I supposed to do? And if I did, what’s going to happen? Carroll, Lewis (2009). Alices Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking- Glass. 5
    • 6. The Hidden Interactions issue• The new Windows 8 with similar features as used in Windows Phone and Xbox 360 Dashboard. 6
    • 7. The Hidden Interactions issue• iPad and hidden interaction/gestures issue and some interface solutions. 7

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