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In this study we present and analyze a mostly passive infotainment approach to presenting information in a car. The passive style is similar to radio listening but content is generated on the fly and it is based on a mixture of personal information (calendar, emails) and public data (news, POI, jokes). The spoken part of the audio is machine synthesized. We(More)
We present results of a user study with a prototype of an interactive speech-enabled car owner's user manual assistant. Its purpose is to help the driver learn about various car features and related procedures. The study focused on two scenarios -- when parked and while driving. We also used the Leap Motion gesture recognizer as an alternative to buttons.(More)