A paradigm shift in interactive computing: Deriving multimodal design principles from behavioral and neurological foundations
Abbreviated Journal Title
Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Interact.
ENDOGENOUS SPATIAL ATTENTION; AUDITORY LOCALIZATION CUES; AIDED; VISUAL-SEARCH; CROSS-MODAL LINKS; WORKING-MEMORY; SUPERIOR COLLICULUS; HUMAN BRAIN; VISION; INTEGRATION; PERCEPTION; Computer Science, Cybernetics; Ergonomics
As technology advances, systems are increasingly able to provide more information than a human operator can process accurately. Thus, a challenge for designers is to create interfaces that allow operators to process the optimal amount of data. It is herein proposed that this may be accomplished by creating multimodal display systems that augment or switch modalities to maximize user information processing. Such a system would ultimately be informed by a user's neurophysiological state. As a first step toward that goal, relevant literature is reviewed and a set of preliminary design guidelines for multimodal information systems is suggested.
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction
"A paradigm shift in interactive computing: Deriving multimodal design principles from behavioral and neurological foundations" (2004). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 4815.