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Interactions On Digital Tablets In The Context Of 3d Geometry Learning

Author : David Bertolo
ISBN : 9781848219267
Genre : Computers
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Over the last few years, multi-touch mobile devices have become increasingly common. However, very few applications in the context of 3D geometry learning can be found in app stores. Manipulating a 3D scene with a 2D device is the main difficulty of such applications. Throughout this book, the author focuses on allowing young students to manipulate, observe and modify 3D scenes using new technologies brought about by digital tablets. Through a user-centered approach, the author proposes a grammar of interactions adapted to young learners, and then evaluates acceptability, ease of use and ease of learning of the interactions proposed. Finally, the author studies in situ the pedagogic benefits of the use of tablets with an app based on the suggested grammar. The results show that students are able to manipulate, observe and modify 3D scenes using an adapted set of interactions. Moreover, in the context of 3D geometry learning, a significant contribution has been observed in two classes when students use such an application. The approach here focuses on interactions with digital tablets to increase learning rather than on technology. First, defining which interactions allow pupils to realize tasks needed in the learning process, then, evaluating the impact of these interactions on the learning process. This is the first time that both interactions and the learning process have been taken into account at the same time.

Ubiquitous Computing

Author : Stefan Poslad
ISBN : 9781119965268
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book provides an introduction to the complex field of ubiquitous computing Ubiquitous Computing (also commonly referred to as Pervasive Computing) describes the ways in which current technological models, based upon three base designs: smart (mobile, wireless, service) devices, smart environments (of embedded system devices) and smart interaction (between devices), relate to and support a computing vision for a greater range of computer devices, used in a greater range of (human, ICT and physical) environments and activities. The author details the rich potential of ubiquitous computing, the challenges involved in making it a reality, and the prerequisite technological infrastructure. Additionally, the book discusses the application and convergence of several current major and future computing trends. Key Features: Provides an introduction to the complex field of ubiquitous computing Describes how current technology models based upon six different technology form factors which have varying degrees of mobility wireless connectivity and service volatility: tabs, pads, boards, dust, skins and clay, enable the vision of ubiquitous computing Describes and explores how the three core designs (smart devices, environments and interaction) based upon current technology models can be applied to, and can evolve to, support a vision of ubiquitous computing and computing for the future Covers the principles of the following current technology models, including mobile wireless networks, service-oriented computing, human computer interaction, artificial intelligence, context-awareness, autonomous systems, micro-electromechanical systems, sensors, embedded controllers and robots Covers a range of interactions, between two or more UbiCom devices, between devices and people (HCI), between devices and the physical world. Includes an accompanying website with PowerPoint slides, problems and solutions, exercises, bibliography and further reading Graduate students in computer science, electrical engineering and telecommunications courses will find this a fascinating and useful introduction to the subject. It will also be of interest to ICT professionals, software and network developers and others interested in future trends and models of computing and interaction over the next decades.

Human Computer Interaction Interact 2017

Author : Regina Bernhaupt
ISBN : 9783319676845
Genre : Computers
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The four-volume set LNCS 10513—10516 constitutes the proceedings of the 16th IFIP TC 13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT 2017, held in Mumbai, India, in September 2017. The total of 68 papers presented in these books was carefully reviewed and selected from 221 submissions. The contributions are organized in topical sections named: Part I: adaptive design and mobile applications; aging and disabilities; assistive technology for blind users; audience engagement; co-design studies; cultural differences and communication technology; design rationale and camera-control. Part II: digital inclusion; games; human perception, cognition and behavior; information on demand, on the move, and gesture interaction; interaction at the workplace; interaction with children. Part III: mediated communication in health; methods and tools for user interface evaluation; multi-touch interaction; new int eraction techniques; personalization and visualization; persuasive technology and rehabilitation; and pointing and target selection.

True Visions

Author : Emile H.L. Aarts
ISBN : 3540289747
Genre : Science
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Ambient intelligence (AI) refers to a developing technology that will increasingly make our everyday environment sensitive and responsive to our presence. The AI vision requires technology invisibly embedded in our everyday surroundings, present whenever we need it that will lead to the seamless integration of lighting, sounds, vision, domestic appliances, and personal healthcare products to enhance our living experience. Written for the non-specialist seeking an authoritative but accessible overview of this interdisciplinary field, True Visions explains how the devices making up the AI world will operate collectively using information and intelligence hidden in the wireless network connecting them. Expert contributions address key AI components such as smart materials and textiles, system architecture, mobile computing, broadband communication, and underlying issues of human-environment interactions. It seeks to unify the perspectives of scientists from diverse backgrounds ranging from the physics of materials to the aesthetics of industrial design as it describes the emergence of ambient intelligence, one of today’s most compelling areas of innovation.

Aesthetic Computing

Author : Paul A. Fishwick
ISBN : 9780262562379
Genre : Computers
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The application of the theory and practice of art to computer science: how aesthetics and art can play a role in computing disciplines.

Topics In Health Psychology

Author : S. Maes
ISBN : UOM:39015013933208
Genre : Psychology
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Comprises the proceedings of the first International Expert Conference on Health Psychology held at Tilburg University, The Netherlands, July 1986. Contributors examine the role health psychology may play in the reduction of morbidity and mortality for cancer, coronary heart disease and respiratory disorders. Stress is on preventative measures such as proper diet, exercise, no smoking, adequate sleep. There is also discussion of behavioral immunogens and pathogens, psychological and psychosocial aspects of medical events and procedures, health-related problems and interventions in occupational and educational settings. Chapters are supported by recent research results.

Distributed Ambient And Pervasive Interactions

Author : Norbert Streitz
ISBN : 9783642393518
Genre : Computers
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Distributed, Ambient and Pervasive Interactions, DAPI 2013, held as part of the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCII 2013, held in Las Vegas, USA in July 2013, jointly with 12 other thematically similar conferences. The total of 1666 papers and 303 posters presented at the HCII 2013 conferences was carefully reviewed and selected from 5210 submissions. These papers address the latest research and development efforts and highlight the human aspects of design and use of computing systems. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of human-computer interaction, addressing major advances in knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of application areas. The total of 54 contributions was carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the DAPI proceedings. The papers are organized in the following topical sections: natural interaction; context-awareness in smart and intelligent environments; design and evaluation of smart and intelligent environments; smart cities; multi-user, group and collaborative interaction; smart everyday living and working environments.

Human Computer Interaction Interact 2009

Author : Tom Gross
ISBN : 9783642036545
Genre : Computers
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The two volume set LNCS 5726 and LNCS 5727 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, INTERACT 2009, held in Uppsala, Sweden, in August 2009. The 183 revised papers presented together with 7 interactive poster papers, 16 workshops, 11 tutorials, 2 special interest group papers, 6 demonstrations, 3 panels and 12 doctoral consortium papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 723 submissions. The 99 papers included in the first volume are organized in topical sections on accessibility; affectice HCI and emotion; child computer interfaces; ethics and privacy; evaluation; games, fun and aesthetic design; HCI and Web applications; human cognition and mental load; human error and safety; human-work interaction design; interaction with small and large displays; international and cultural aspects of HCI; mobile computing; and model-based design of interactive systems.

Human Computer Confluence

Author : Andrea Gaggioli
ISBN : 3110471124
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Human computer confluence is a research area aimed at developing an effective, even transparent, bidirectional communication between humans and computers, which has the potential to enable new forms of sensing, perception, interaction, and understanding. This book provides a groundbreaking collection of chapters exploring the science, technology and applications of HCC, bringing together experts in neuroscience, psychology and computer science.

Revolutionizing Education With Digital Ink

Author : Tracy Hammond
ISBN : 9783319311937
Genre : Education
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Derived from contributions to the Workshop on Pen and Touch Technology on Education (WIPTTE) in 2015, this edited volume highlights recent developments for pen and tablet research within the education system with a particular focus on hardware and software developments, comprising the perspectives of teachers, school and university administrators, and researchers for educators at every level. Split into six distinct parts, the book explores topics like how classrooms are increasingly using sketch-based videos, created by teachers and students alike, and how the teaching of key skills such as literacy, languages, math, and art via pen and touch technologies within the classroom are leading to improvements in engagement, learning, and retention levels amongst students. Future perspectives of digital learning, as envisioned by current high school students, are also explored. Revolutionizing Education with Digital Ink is a must-read for those seeking to understand the direction of current and future pen and touch research, its current use in classrooms, and future research directions.

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