Human Computer Interaction Based on an Integrated Design of Real and Virtual World
Automation, Control and Intelligent Systems
Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2017, Pages: 44-49
Received: May 1, 2017;
Accepted: May 8, 2017;
Published: Jun. 29, 2017
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Abdus Sattar, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Britannia University, Comilla, Bangladesh
Arsineh Boodaghian Asl, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Britannia University, Comilla, Bangladesh; Department of Computer and System Science, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
Ayesha Siddika, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Britannia University, Comilla, Bangladesh
Jannatun Naeem, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Britannia University, Comilla, Bangladesh
This research has focused on the idea of Groupware Matrix and Roomware and placed them in the field of integrated design of real, physical, architectural spaces and virtual, digital information spaces. Roomware main idea is the computer-augmented components in rooms, e.g. furniture. The general approach is to gather information via examples from i-LAND project where developing various Roomware devices to introduce the meaning and the use of interactive information and cooperation design. It describe i-LAND that consists of DynaWall, Interact able, and ComChair. i-LAND requires and provides other components of human-computer interaction and new forms of computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW). This helps the designer to gather information from architectural spaces and implement a new work practices and design. i-LAND also consists of various “Roomware” components, i.e. computer-augmented objects integrating room elements with information technology. It present the current realization of i-LAND as an interactive electronic wall, an interactive table, and two computer-enhanced chairs.
Arsineh Boodaghian Asl,
Human Computer Interaction Based on an Integrated Design of Real and Virtual World, Automation, Control and Intelligent Systems.
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