TAUCHI is a research center focusing on human–technology interaction. TAUCHI (Tampere Unit for Computer-Human Interaction) carries out a wide range of multidisciplinary research into technology-mediated novel ways of multimodal interaction with devices, environments and people. We explore and develop better and more intuitive user interfaces for the future. We harmonize the potential of new technologies with human abilities, needs, and limitations.
Our expertise covers new technologies such as smart objects and environments, gestural interfaces, gaze tracking, haptics, mixed reality, computer vision, speech-, context- or emotion-based interaction, virtual avatars, user experience and usability, etc. Our 60 experts are located in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland. See TAUCHI's mission.
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