The impact of unwanted multimodal notifications

@inproceedings{Warnock2011TheIO,
  title={The impact of unwanted multimodal notifications},
  author={David Warnock and M. McGee-Lennon and S. Brewster},
  booktitle={ICMI '11},
  year={2011}
}
Multimodal interaction can be used to make home care technology more effective and appropriate, particularly for people with sensory impairments. Previous work has revealed how disruptive notifications in different modalities are to a home-based task, but has not investigated how disruptive unwanted notifications might be. An experiment was conducted which evaluated the disruptive effects of unwanted notifications when delivered in textual, pictographic, abstract visual, speech, earcon… Expand
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