A human-centered model for detecting technology engagement

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Event HCI International 2009

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Glasnapp, James
Brdiczka, Oliver
Technical Publications
July 19th 2009
This paper proposes a human-centered engagement model for developing interactive media technology. The human-centered engagement model builds on previous interaction models for publicly located ambient displays. It is designed from ethnographic observation with the aim of informing technological innovation from the perspective of the user. The model will be presented along with technological mechanisms to detect human behavior with the aim of responsive media technology development.

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Glasnapp, J.; Brdiczka, O. A human-centered model for detecting technology engagement. Human-Computer Interaction: Ambient, Ubiquitous and Intelligent Interaction, Proceedings of HCI International 2009; 2009 July 19-24; San Diego, CA. Berlin: Springer; 2009; LNCS 5612: 621-630.

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