Multimodal interaction: A review

@article{Turk2014MultimodalIA,
  title={Multimodal interaction: A review},
  author={Matthew Turk},
  journal={Pattern Recognition Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={36},
  pages={189-195}
}
People naturally interact with the world multimodally, through both parallel and sequential use of multiple perceptual modalities. Multimodal human–computer interaction has sought for decades to endow computers with similar capabilities, in order to provide more natural, powerful, and compelling interactive experiences. With the rapid advance in non-desktop computing generated by powerful mobile devices and affordable sensors in recent years, multimodal research that leverages speech, touch… CONTINUE READING
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