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The Artificiality of Natural User Interfaces - Toward user-defined gestural interfaces.

Speakers: Alessio Malizia
Topic(s): Computer Graphics, Visualization and Interactive Techniques,Human Computer Interaction,Mobile Computing,Multimedia

 


Abstract
The road to natural interfaces is still long and we are now witnessing an artificial naturality. These interfaces are natural, in the sense they employ hand gestures, but they are also artificial, because the system designer imposes the set of gestures. In this talk we will explore together the benefits and issues of Natural User Interfaces. 

 


About this Lecture

Number of Slides: 22
Duration: 45 - 50 minutes
Languages Available: English, Italian, Spanish
Last Updated: 09-30-2015
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