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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Qualitative Results Of An Experiment With Adjustable Interactive Rings For Idtv|
|Author:||De Miranda L.C.|
|Abstract:||Literature has indicated that the remote control in its current form is not an appropriate device for mediating the interaction between users and applications for Interactive Digital Television (iDTV). With the completion of a related research project, we proposed a new form of interaction with the iDTV through an interaction language based on gestures that are performed via a new physical artifact of interaction we name Adjustable Interactive Rings (AIRs). This paper presents the qualitative analysis of an experiment conducted with twelve end-users that interacted with a simulated application for iDTV via a hardware prototype of AIRs. This evaluation, among other things, sought to determine the emotional and affective state of participants while using AIRs for iDTV. The results of the qualitative analysis corroborate a positive user acceptance of the AIRs. © 2011 IADIS.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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