Advancements in input device and sensor technologies led to the evolution of the traditional human-machine interaction paradigm based on the mouse and keyboard. Touch-, gesture- and voice-based interfaces are integrated today in a variety of applications running on consumer devices (e.g., gaming consoles and smartphones). However, to allow existing applications running on desktop computers to utilize natural interaction, significant re-design and re-coding efforts may be required. In this paper, a framework designed to transparently add multi-modal interaction capabilities to applications to which users are accustomed is presented. Experimental observations confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed framework and led to a classification of those applications that could benefit more from the availability of natural interaction modalities.

Adding pluggable and personalized natural control capabilities to existing applications / Lamberti, Fabrizio; Sanna, Andrea; Carlevaris, Gilles; Demartini, Claudio Giovanni. - In: SENSORS. - ISSN 1424-8220. - ELETTRONICO. - 15:2:(2015), pp. 2832-2859. [10.3390/s150202832]

Adding pluggable and personalized natural control capabilities to existing applications

LAMBERTI, FABRIZIO;SANNA, Andrea;CARLEVARIS, GILLES;DEMARTINI, Claudio Giovanni
2015

Abstract

Advancements in input device and sensor technologies led to the evolution of the traditional human-machine interaction paradigm based on the mouse and keyboard. Touch-, gesture- and voice-based interfaces are integrated today in a variety of applications running on consumer devices (e.g., gaming consoles and smartphones). However, to allow existing applications running on desktop computers to utilize natural interaction, significant re-design and re-coding efforts may be required. In this paper, a framework designed to transparently add multi-modal interaction capabilities to applications to which users are accustomed is presented. Experimental observations confirmed the effectiveness of the proposed framework and led to a classification of those applications that could benefit more from the availability of natural interaction modalities.
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