Embedded Interaction: Interacting with the Internet of Things

Abstract

The Internet of Things assumes that objects have digital functionality and can be identified and tracked automatically. The main goal of embedded interaction is to look at new opportunities that arise for interactive systems and the immediate value users gain. The authors developed various prototypes to explore novel ways for human-computer interaction (HCI), enabled by the Internet of Things and related technologies. Based on these experiences, they derive a set of guidelines for embedding interfaces into people's daily lives.

DOI: 10.1109/MIC.2009.141

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@article{Kranz2010EmbeddedII, title={Embedded Interaction: Interacting with the Internet of Things}, author={Matthias Kranz and Paul Holleis and Albrecht Schmidt}, journal={IEEE Internet Computing}, year={2010}, volume={14}, pages={46-53} }