Special Issue "Human-Centered 3D Interaction and User Interface"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 1 July 2019
At present, technology enables us to interact with 3D digital contents anywhere, at any time. Much of this technology relies on the manifold benefits of human–computer interaction (HCI) research. However, given the increased mobility and wearability of computing devices, interacting with 3D contents which are interactive, immersive, and attractive comes at a cost to attention and cognition in everyday physical environments (e.g., running an AR application using smartphones while walking and even driving in a car).
Situational variations in cognitive demands affect the "quality" of a user’s HCI experience. Augmenting people’s senses with computational support may improve the ability to perceive information and perform tasks; however, the impact of such augmentation also fluctuates according to user context and can possibly lead to attention-impoverished situations, thereby reducing the quality of a user experience.
The aim of this Special Issue is to improve the quality of user experience in interacting with 3D digital contents and/or multimodal interactive information in ubiquitous HCI situations by enabling computers to understand human capability in attention and cognition, to augment our cognitive processing capabilities between physical and virtual information space, and to create cyberhuman systems that are more intelligent and can adapt interventions to different users.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:
- Human–computer interaction (HCI);
- 3D interaction and VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality), MR (mixed reality) interfaces;
- Natural user interfaces (e.g., gesture control, speech recognition, facial recognition, gaze-contingency, etc.);
- Interactive, mobile, wearable, context-aware, ubiquitous technologies;
- Human-centered interactive AI-enabled systems.
Dr. SeungJun Kim
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- Human–computer interaction (HCI)
- 3D Interaction with VR, AR, MR supports
- Natural user interfaces (NUI)
- Human-centered interactive AI-enabled systems