Touchless gestural interfaces for networked public displays: Overcoming interaction blindness and performing evaluations in-the-wild

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Abstract

In the near future, we can easily imagine a significant increment in diffusion of networked public displays, as well as novel interaction modalities used in their applications. In the following, we present two of the main challenges related to networked displays we are dealing with, with a particular focus on touchless gestural interfaces: overcoming interaction blindness (i.e. enable users to immediately guess the interactivity of the display, and the gestural nature of it) and performing evaluations in-the-wild (i.e. outside any controlled environment).
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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  • Computer Networks and Communications

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