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Human receptors, effectors and human machine interactions

  1. 1. Characteristics of Human receptors and effectors Problems of Current Human machine interactions Take advantages of human organs
  2. 2. Receptors: 10**9 bit/sec of information (Sight: 10**6 .. 10**8 bit/sec) Effectors: 10**7 bit/sec of information Humans World Human has receptors (5 senses) and effectors with 100 billion neurons in total.
  3. 3. Eyes for seeing Ears for hearing Haptic Tongue for tasting Nasal for smelling
  4. 4. Audio organs for speaking Hand/finger/body muscle motor systems
  5. 5. Commanding (click, tap) Text Input (keyboard) Pointing (mouse, tap)
  6. 6. Voice become noises to the others. Voice doesn’t keep privacy.
  7. 7. Seeing is 3D Current HMI is 2D
  8. 8. Commanding (click, tap) Text Input (keyboard) Pointing (mouse, tap) Those are very simple operations. Finger dexterity is far beyond current HMI. Finger is slower than seeing. Finger is slower than speaking.
  9. 9. Real interaction is multi- modal. • E.g., you look ahead while driving a car by hand/foot, and you can speak while driving. Current HMI is uni-modal. • Seeing for machine output • Finger manipulation for machine input
  10. 10. Multi- modal, parallel process Wearable monitor system Gaze tracking (3D) as a pointing method Silent speech Muscle or gesture language + Finger-ware Haptic, BMI, …?

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