Many of our findings and results of user tests have been used for publication at the most relevant and well-known research conferences. For a list of our pubilcations, please refer to the sections below.
Ing. Thomas Neumayr BA MA, Daniel Albin Kern MSc BSc, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Dr. Mirjam Augstein, FH-Prof. DI Dr. Werner Christian Kurschl, FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Josef Altmann, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia, Brussels, Belgium
People with motor and/or cognitive impairments usually face several challenges when interacting with a computer. Often they have to rely on special and in most cases expensive hardware devices or can only use a limited range of functions provided by the device. The IAAA project aims at analyzing and modeling users’ interaction capabilities in a fine-grained way in order to automatically determine the optimum interaction modalities and devices for the individual user. Later, this information will be used to adapt both user interfaces and interaction modalities to users’ needs. IAAA utilizes standard hardware like common smartphones to lower the barriers for people with disabilities and subsequently extends its scope to non-impaired users. This paper focuses mainly on selected user model features that are used to represent a user’s individual interaction capabilities. Further, it presents the results of a related initial study.