Modality Preferences of Different User Groups

  title={Modality Preferences of Different User Groups},
  author={Benjamin Weiss and Sebastian Moeller and Matthias Schulz},
In order to examine user group differences in modality preferences, participants of either gender and two age groups have been asked to rate their experience after interacting with a smart-home system offering unimodal and multimodal input possibilities (voice, free-hand gesture, smartphone touch screen). Effects for gender, but not for age (younger and older adults) have been found for modality preferences. Women prefer touch and voice over gesture for many scales assessed, whereas men do not… CONTINUE READING
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