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User evaluation of OIDE: a rapid prototyping platform for multimodal interaction

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User evaluation of OIDE: a rapid prototyping platform for multimodal interaction
The Open Interface Development Environment (OIDE) was developed as part of the OpenInterface (OI) platform, an open source framework for the rapid development of multimodal interactive systems. It allows the graphical manipulation of components stored in a structured and rich repository of modalities and interaction techniques. The platform is expected to act as a central tool for an iterative user centred design process for multimodal interactive system design. This paper presents a user study (N=16) designed to explore how the platform was used in practice by multimodal interaction designers and developers. Participants were introduced to the features and functionality of the tool via tutorials and then engaged in an open multimodal design exercise. Participants were expected to explore various multimodal solutions to the design scenario using both traditional prototyping tools and the features available to them via the OIDE prototyping tool. The workshops were recorded and the inte...
Marilyn Rose McGee-Lennon, Andrew Ramsay, David K.
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where EICS
Authors Marilyn Rose McGee-Lennon, Andrew Ramsay, David K. McGookin, Philip D. Gray
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