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Course Review - Lecture 12 - Next Generation User Interfaces (4018166FNR)

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December 14, 2020

Course Review - Lecture 12 - Next Generation User Interfaces (4018166FNR)

This lecture forms part of a course on Next Generation User Interfaces given at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

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Beat Signer

December 14, 2020
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  1. 2 December 2005 Next Generation User Interfaces Course Review Prof.

    Beat Signer Department of Computer Science Vrije Universiteit Brussel beatsigner.com
  2. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 2

    December 14, 2020 Course Summary 1. Introduction ▪ history of human-computer interaction - analogue computers, desktop metaphor, innovative forms of interaction ▪ interface types ▪ natural user interfaces 2. Interaction Design ▪ interaction design process (lifecycle model) - establish requirements, design alternatives, prototyping, evaluation ▪ usability and user experience goals ▪ design principles ▪ examples of good and poor design ▪ interaction design approaches - e.g. user-centred design
  3. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 3

    December 14, 2020 Course Summary … 3. Requirements Analysis, Prototyping and Evaluation ▪ types of requirements - functional requirements, data requirements, environmental requirements, … ▪ different forms of data gathering and analysis for requirements - interviews, focus groups, direct observation, … ▪ prototyping - low fidelity vs. high fidelity ▪ types of evaluation - controlled vs.natural setting ▪ DECIDE evaluation framework ▪ usability testing and field studies ▪ inspections and analytics ▪ GOMS model, keystroke level model and Fitts’s law
  4. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 4

    December 14, 2020 Course Summary … 4. Information Architectures ▪ personal information management ▪ memory types ▪ PIM systems ▪ RSL metamodel, cross-media PIM and MindXpres ▪ paper: Towards Cross-Media Information Spaces and Architectures 5. Multimodal Interaction ▪ human senses ▪ Bolt's "Put-that-there" ▪ multimodal fusion and fission ▪ ten myths of multimodal interaction ▪ CASE model and CARE properties
  5. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 5

    December 14, 2020 Course Summary … 6. Pen-based Interaction ▪ history and affordances of pen and paper ▪ digital pen and paper solutions ▪ iPaper research ▪ innovative hardware and materials 7. Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces ▪ enabling technologies and frameworks ▪ multi-user tabletop interfaces ▪ applications
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    December 14, 2020 Course Summary … 8. Gesture-based Interaction ▪ gesture types ▪ gesture recognition devices ▪ gesture design guidelines ▪ gesture spotting and recognition solutions ▪ paper: Gestural Interfaces: A Step Backward In Usability 9. Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction ▪ history of graspable and tangible user interfaces ▪ applications ▪ tangible bits and radical atoms ▪ paper: Radical Atoms: Beyond Tangible Bits, Toward Transformable Materials
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    December 14, 2020 Course Summary … 10.Virtual and Augmented Reality ▪ technologies ▪ VR navigation and interaction techniques ▪ augmented reality techniques ▪ applications 11.Implicit Human-Computer Interaction ▪ context ▪ intelligibility ▪ affective computing ▪ emotion classification models ▪ emotion recognition modalities
  8. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 8

    December 14, 2020 Exam ▪ Exams will take place on January 25/29, 2021 ▪ Oral exam in English (20 mins slot) ▪ covers content of lectures and exercises ▪ counts 40% for the overall grade ▪ 5 mins questions about the assignment ▪ 15 mins questions about the course content (no preparation time) ▪ You will have to register for a specific examination slot ▪ Overall grade = oral exam (40%) + assignment (60%) ▪ students have some flexibility in distributing the grades for the assignment (±2 points) - by default all team members get the same grade for assignment - send us an email before January 4, 2021 if you want to change the distribution
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    December 14, 2020 Exam … ▪ Submission of the assignment, source code and video via email to Maxim (mvdewync@vub.be) ▪ deadline: December 21, 24:00 (UTC+1) ▪ The exam will cover all the content presented in the lectures as well as any additional information from the exercise sessions ▪ includes the videos shown in some of the lectures ▪ Make sure that you understand the basic concepts ▪ however, we might ask questions at any level of detail to evaluate your knowledge ▪ Make sure that you can report about any aspects of the assignment
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    December 14, 2020 Exam … ▪ Remember to read the following three papers as they form part of the course material ▪ B. Signer, Towards Cross-Media Information Spaces and Architectures, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS 2019), Brussels, Belgium, May 2019 - https://beatsigner.com/publications/towards-cross-media-information-spaces- and-architectures.pdf ▪ D.A. Norman and J. Nielsen, Gestural Interfaces: A Step Backward In Usability, interactions, 17(5), September 2010 - https://doi.org/10.1145/1836216.1836228 ▪ H. Ishii, D. Lakatos, L. Bonanni and J.-B. Labrune, Radical Atoms: Beyond Tangible Bits, Toward Transformable Materials, interactions, 19(1), January 2012 - https://doi.org/10.1145/2065327.2065337
  11. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 11

    December 14, 2020 Are You Interested in a Thesis? ▪ Various possibilities for MA and PhD theses ▪ Mixed Reality Solutions - e.g. for museums, photography etc. ▪ Tangible User Interfaces ▪ Dynamic Data Physicalisation Framework - big data exploration interfaces ▪ MindXpres Presentation Platform ▪ Cross-Device and Cross-Media Interfaces ▪ Smart Environments and Cross-Domain Internet of Things (IoT) ▪ Hybrid Tracking and Implicit Human-Computer Interaction ▪ Personal Information Management (PIM) ▪ Interactive Paper Solutions ▪ Do you have your own ideas? Come along to discuss them... - https://beatsigner.com/flyers/ThesesOverview.pdf
  12. Beat Signer - Department of Computer Science - bsigner@vub.ac.be 12

    December 14, 2020 Prof. Dr. Beat Signer Cross-MediaTechnology, Interac- tive Paper, Data Physicalisation Dr. Audrey Sanctorum User-defined XDI and IoT Inter- action, Human-AI Interaction CISA Human-Machine & Human-Information Interaction Information Systems & Management Information Visualisation & Navigation WEB & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CROSS-MEDIA INFORMATION SPACES AND ARCHITECTURES (CISA) Payam Ebrahimi Dynamic Data Physicalisation, Real-Time Point Cloud Analysis Maxim Van de Wynckel Hybrid Positioning, Implicit Human-Computer Interaction
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    December 14, 2020 Xuyao Zhang Extensible Platform for Dynamic Data Physicalisation WEB & INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CISA Human-Machine & Human-Information Interaction Information Systems & Management Information Visualisation & Navigation CROSS-MEDIA INFORMATION SPACES AND ARCHITECTURES (CISA) Ekene Attoh IoT Middleware, Context-aware Computing, Implicit HCI Dr. Ahmed A.O. Tayeh Open Cross-Media Authoring, Fluid Document Formats Dr. Reinout Roels MindXpres: Extensible Content- driven Presentation Tool
  14. 2 December 2005 Next Generation User Interfaces The End Good

    Luck with the Exam!