Jesús Lorés

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In this paper we present the starting point of research in applying humancomputer interaction (HCI) techniques to help people with cerebral palsy to use computers via vision-based interaction. Our work includes the development and improvement of visionbased assistive technology, which was tested in experiments with cerebral palsy users. A brief review of(More)
Usability is a software attribute usually associated with the ‘‘ease of use and to learn’’ of a given interactive system. Nowadays usability evaluation is becoming an important part of software development, providing results based on quantitative and qualitative estimations. In this context, qualitative results are usually obtained through a Qualitative(More)
In mobile computing scenarios, information should be available every time, everywhere and for everyone. Designing these kinds of systems is a very complex task because of the high number of concerns that must be modeled and automatically processed. Furthermore, due to their close relation, they inevitably get tangled and crosscut the core functionality. The(More)
In this paper we present an interactive model to be applied to the natural and cultural heritage museum proposal of the Montsec area, based on one of the emergent interaction paradigms nowadays -the ubiquitous computation-. The Montsec is a mountains range located in the prePyrenees of Lleida (Spain), characterized by its extraordinary and multi-thematic(More)
Jesús Lorés Universitat de Lleida 69 Jaume II Lleida 25001 SPAIN +34 973 70 27 14 jesus@griho.net Toni Granollers Universitat de Lleida 69 Jaume II Lleida 25001 SPAIN +34 973 70 27 50 tonig@griho.net Carles Aguiló Universitat de Lleida 69 Jaume II Lleida 25002 SPAIN +34 973 70 27 40 carles@griho.net ABSTRACT Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in Spanish(More)