Our group studies multimodal pervasive systems. As a part of Tampere Unit for Computer Human Interaction and School of Information Sciences the Pervasive Interaction group has a strong computer-human interaction point of view in its research. The user interface issues are studied by implementing interesting applications and studying how they are used. Our work has focused on interaction models, techniques and architectures. The work is carried out in several research projects.
"A Taxonomy of External Factors in Public Display Deployments: Adapting from the “Oh Shit!” Moments" and "Utilizing Experience Goals in Design of Industrial Systems" accepted for CHI 2017 conference (12.12.2016)
"It’s Natural to Just Grab and Pull”: Transferring Content from Large Displays to Personal Devices via Mid-Air Gestures" accepted for IEEE Pervasive Computing journal (5.12.2016)
Our ASSETS 2016 paper "Gesture-based Interaction for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in India"is the best paper award finalist! (21.9.2016)
Virtuaalilasit vievät uusiin maailmoihin - Virtual glasses bring people to new worlds (8.8.2016)
Ele- ja ääniohjaus tulee perinteiseen teollisuuteen – kuoleeko hiiri? - Gesture- and speech-control for industrial environments - death of computer mouse? (18.7.2016)