Towards a Multimodal Interaction Space: categorisation and applications

  title={Towards a Multimodal Interaction Space: categorisation and applications},
  author={Bert Bongers and Gerrit C. van der Veer},
  journal={Personal and Ubiquitous Computing},
Based on many experiences of developing interactive systems by the authors, a framework for the description and analysis of interaction has been developed. The dimensions of this multimodal interaction space have been identified as sensory modalities, modes and levels of interaction. To illustrate and validate this framework, development of multimodal interaction styles is carried out and interactions in the real world are studied, going from theory to practice and back again. The paper… CONTINUE READING
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