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People and Computers XX - Engage

Proceedings of HCI 2006

By Nick Bryan-Kinns , Ann Blandford , Paul Curzon , Laurence Nigay

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-8462-8588-2
  • 297 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: August 10, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
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Table of Contents

  1. From the contents Crossmodal Ambient Displays.
  2. Plotting Affect and Premises for Use in Aesthetic Interaction Design: Towards Evaluation for the Everyday.
  3. Smell Me:Engaging with an Interactive Olfactory Game.
  4. Measuring the Aesthetics of Reading.
  5. Aesthetic and Symbolic Qualities as Antecedents of Overall Judgements of Interactive Products.
  6. Involvement in Listening to Music from a Computer.
  7. Interface Affect and Familiarity.
  8. VideoArms.
  9. Supporting Crime Scene Investigation.
  10. The beam Cursor.
  11. Assisting Target Acquisition in Perspective Views.
  12. Does Being Motivated to Avoid Procedural Errors Influence Their Systematicity.
  13. Usefulness of Interactive Animations in Electronic Shopping.
  14. Output Multimodal Interaction.
  15. mSpace Mobile.
  16. Place and the Experience of Bliss.
  17. Factors Contributing to Low Usage of Mobile Data Services.
  18. Exploring the PieTree for Representing Numerical Hierarchical Data.
  19. Severity of Usability and Accessibility Problems in eCommerce and eGovernment Websites.
  20. Graph Builder.

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