How Sci-fi taught us to experience voice UI (Devfest DC)
Over a century of science fiction has created an expectation of how we interact with voice interfaces. This talk covers those expectations and what we can learn from them when building VUI for the future.
observers' emotional response to the robot becomes increasingly positive and empathetic, until it reaches a point beyond which the response quickly becomes strong revulsion. Uncanny Valley - Masahiro Mori @Howitson #devfestdc
came from his jaws and nostrils, and wisps of smoke, but his ﬁres were low in slumber. Beneath him, under all his limbs and his huge coiled tail, and about him on all sides stretching away across the unseen ﬂoors, lay countless piles of precious things, gold wrought and unwrought, gems and jewels, and silver red-stained in the ruddy light. Smaug lay, with wings folded like an immeasurable bat.
(Visual) Multi-Modal Publish to Alexa Publish to Google Assistant @Howitson #devfestdc VUIX Preview Voice in browser Beginner friendly Publish to Alexa Publish to Google Assistant Botsociety - Messenger - Web App - Slack Bot - Google Assistant - Alexa - Twitter NPM Package & API
and we expect them for complete communication. Sounds (human) There’s a place & time for perfect grammar. This might not be it. Acts (human) Improve the clan by providing service, sharing emotion and building trust. in review @Howitson #devfestdc
People Extend communication by asking questions to continue conversations while utilizing the environment. Remember Analogue When prototyping remember that you already know how human interactions work. Don’t make it overly complicated. Maker Things The tools are more accessible than ever. What are you waiting for?