Social NUI:Social perspective in Natural User Interfaces

Vetere, F. and O'Hara, K. and Paay, J. and Ploderer, B. and Harper, R. and Sellen, A. (2014) Social NUI:Social perspective in Natural User Interfaces. In: DIS Companion '14 Proceedings of the 2014 companion publication on Designing interactive systems. ACM, New York, pp. 215-218. ISBN 9781450329033

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Abstract

Natural User Interfaces (NUI) offer rich ways for interacting with the digital world that make innovative use of existing human capabilities. They include and often combine different input modalities such as voice, gesture, eye gaze, body interactions, touch and touchless interactions. However much of the focus of NUI research and development has been on enhancing the experience of individuals interacting with technology. Effective NUIs must also acknowledge our innately social characteristics, and support how we communicate with each other, play together, learn together and collaboratively work together. This workshop concerns the social aspects of NUI. The workshop seeks to better understand the social uses and applications of these new NUI technologies - how we design these technologies for new social practices and how we understand the use of these technologies in key social contexts.

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14 Jun 2018 15:26
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