Design of Multimodal Mobile Interfaces
Ed. by Shaked, Nava / Winter, Ute
With contrib. by Brown, Kathy / Dahl, Deborah / Degani, Asaf / Rudnicky, Alexander / van Over, Brion / Lawo, Michael / Shmueli-Friedland, Yael
The book discusses the new world of mobile multimodality, focusing on innovative technologies and design which create a state-of-the-art user interface.
Aims and Scope
The “smart mobile” has become an essential and inseparable part of our lives. This powerful tool enables us to perform multi-tasks in different modalities of voice, text, gesture, etc. The user plays an important role in the mode of operation, so multimodal interaction provides the user with new complex multiple modalities of interfacing with a system, such as speech, touch, type and more.
The book will discuss the new world of mobile multimodality, focusing on innovative technologies and design which create a state-of-the-art user interface. It will examine the practical challenges entailed in meeting commercial deployment goals, and offer new approaches to the designing such interfaces.
A multimodal interface for mobile devices requires the integration of several recognition technologies together with sophisticated user interface and distinct tools for input and output of data. The book will address the challenge of designing devices in a synergetic fashion which does not burden the user or to create a technological overload.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- xviii, 221 pages
- 50 Fig. 20 Tables
- Type of Publication:
- speech processing; mobile speech; multimodal mobile devices; multimodal computing.