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Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces

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24-07-2019 | Original Paper

Are older people any different from younger people in the way they want to interact with robots? Scenario based survey

Numerous projects, normally run by younger people, are exploring robot use by older people. But are older any different from younger people in the way they want to interact with robots? Understanding older compared to younger people’s preferences …

22-07-2019 | Original Paper

Time Well Spent with multimodal mobile interactions

Mobile users lose a lot of time on their smartphones. They interact even with busy hands (hands-free interactions), distracted eyes (eyes-free interactions) and in different life situations (while walking, eating, working, etc.). The Time Well …

20-07-2019 | Original Paper

Elderly users’ acceptance of mHealth user interface (UI) design-based culture: the moderator role of age

In the Arab world, mobile health (mHealth) applications are an effective way to provide health benefits to medically needy in the absence of health services. However, end users around the world use technology to perform tasks in a way that appears …

19-07-2019 | Original Paper Open Access

GG Interaction: a gaze–grasp pose interaction for 3D virtual object selection

During the last two decades, development of 3D object selection techniques has been widely studied because it is critical for providing an interactive virtual environment to users. Previous techniques encounter difficulties with selecting small or …

19-07-2019 | Original Paper

Gaze-based interactions in the cockpit of the future: a survey

Flying an aircraft is a mentally demanding task where pilots must process a vast amount of visual, auditory and vestibular information. They have to control the aircraft by pulling, pushing and turning different knobs and levers, while knowing …

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In the development of multimodal interfaces, this journal offers a standard reference for multidisciplinary work.
As implied by the word Interfaces rather than Interactions in the title, the journal seeks to illustrate verifiable realisations over purely theoretical musings. The journal focuses on multimodal interfaces developed with an emphasis on user-centric design. Thus, usability and architectural considerations are also key targets.

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