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  Rhythm, play and interaction design
Costello B., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2018. 188 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319678-48-1)

Ten of the 12 chapters in this amazing book begin by interviewing either an artist, scholar, designer, educator, or creator (and some are all five). This discussion recast as a monologue (or dialogue in the single case of a pair of int...

Oct 25 2019
  The materiality of interaction: notes on the materials of interaction design
Wiberg M., The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2018. 208 pp.  Type: Book (978-0-262037-51-8)

The central theme of the book is the disappearing differences between cyberspace and the real world. In fact, the boundary for interaction between the two realms has never been strict, for example, as represented by the punch card at t...

May 15 2019
  Designing for transformative play
Back J., Segura E., Waern A. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 24(3): 1-28, 2017.  Type: Article

Could the design of specific game types lead to better user experiences? Does a specific type of game make it more enjoyable, and increase the quality of the user experience? This highly interesting paper is addressed to researchers an...

Apr 9 2018
Fogli D., Peroni M., Stefini C. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 42 60-75, 2017.  Type: Article

The field of programming continues to move into the public sphere through the Internet of Things (IoT); this provides the layperson with the ability to control various home appliances and domestic devices. The applications that control...

Feb 28 2018
  Multimodal interaction with W3C standards: toward natural user interfaces to everything
Dahl D., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 422 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319428-14-7)

With computing machinery (for example, the Internet of Things [1] and virtual reality [2]) rapidly penetrating the consumer market, human-computer interaction (HCI) is rapidly becoming an outdated paradigm and human-media interaction o...

Jan 2 2018
  The motivations of ubiquitous computing: revisiting the ideas behind and beyond the prototypes
Takayama L. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 21(3): 557-569, 2017.  Type: Article

Research on the progress of ubiquitous computing (ubicomp), where computers are everywhere--versus only in one place, as it was with desktop computing--is presented in this paper. In this way, computers have become pa...

Sep 21 2017
  A novel method to gauge audience engagement with televised election debates through instant, nuanced feedback elicitation
De Liddo A., Plüss B., Wilson P.  C&T 2017 (Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and Technologies, Troyes, France, Jun 26-30, 2017) 68-77, 2017.  Type: Proceedings

Three UK researchers tested a 15-member student audience’s real-time reaction to a televised two-person political debate concerning whether or not the UK should be in the EU. They utilized a collective intelligence (CI) cycle...

Aug 15 2017
  Robust multimodal cognitive load measurement
Chen F., Zhou J., Wang Y., Yu K., Arshad S., Khawaji A., Conway D., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 254 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319316-98-7)

The content of this volume is a fair reference source for researchers and stakeholders interested in the investigation and application of the construct of cognitive load. It reviews the current state-of-the-art techniques for cognitive...

Mar 9 2017
  Situated dialog in speech-based human-computer interaction
Rudnicky A., Raux A., Lane I., Misu T., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2016. 225 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-319218-33-5)

Speech-based applications and systems (spoken dialogue and multimodal systems) are actually being implemented for a broad range of domains and applications such as medical applications, tourist guide systems, and so on [1]. These kinds...

Sep 15 2016
  How can automatic feedback help students construct automata?
D’antoni L., Kini D., Alur R., Gulwani S., Viswanathan M., Hartmann B. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction 22(2): 1-24, 2015.  Type: Article

Student learning for concepts like automata and formal languages can be a challenge. Students often fail to see the relevance to more practical aspects, and the feedback they receive on lab exercises or homework assignments typically o...

Apr 6 2016
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