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Interaction by movement - one giant leap for natural interaction in mobile guides

: Eisenhauer, M.; Lorenz, A.; Zimmermann, A.; Duong, T.; James, F.

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Schmidt-Belz, B.; Cheverst, K.:
4th Workshop on HCI in Mobile Guides 2005 : In conjunction with the 6th Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in Mobile Systems (AIMS), University of Salzburg, Austria, 19th September 2005
Salzburg, 2005
5 S.
Workshop on HCI in Mobile Guides <4, 2005, Salzburg>
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer FIT ()

This paper introduces the research issues in multimodal interaction in mobile guides. The goal is to make a major step towards natural human interaction with multimodal systems in mobile systems: we aim to do this by combining explicit and implicit interaction to blended multimodal interaction. Natural interaction and the requirement to anticipate a mix of purposive behavior and uncertainty requires rendering information in a way that is compatible with the characteristics of the device, the environment, the cognitive load, and the user's personal preferences. Application systems thus need to be aware of the situation and context. In the description of two recent applications for guiding systems we describe our past research work and experience gained from these applications: SAiMotion is a guide system for professional trade fair visitors, and LISTEN is a museums guide. Motivated by the results of the projects, we illustrate our approach in MICA, which is a hands free support system for blue collar workers.