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Type: Conference paper
Title: Designing socially acceptable multimodal interaction in cooking assistants
Author: Vildjiounaite, E.
Kantorovitch, J.
Kyllönen, V.
Niskanen, I.
Hillukkala, M.
Virtanen, K.
Vuorinen, O.
Mäkelä, S.
Keränen, T.
Peltola, J.
Mäntyjärvi, J.
Tokmakoff, A.
Citation: International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Proceedings IUI, 2011 / pp.415-418
Publisher: ACM
Issue Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781450304191
Conference Name: 16th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (13 Feb 2011 - 16 Feb 2011 : Palo Alto, CA)
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Elena Vildjiounaite, Julia Kantorovitch, Vesa Kyllönen, Ilkka Niskanen, Mika Hillukkala, Kimmo Virtanen, Olli Vuorinen, Satu-Marja Mäkelä, Tommi Keränen, Johannes Peltola, Jani Mäntyjärvi, Andrew Tokmakoff
Abstract: Cooking assistant is an application that needs to find a trade-off between providing efficient help to the users (e.g., reminding them to stir a meal if it is about to burn) and avoiding users' annoyance. This trade-off may vary in different contexts, such as cooking alone or in a group, cooking new or known recipe etc. The results of the user study, presented in this paper, show which features of a multimodal interface users perceive as socially acceptable or unacceptable in different situations, and how this perception depends on user's age.
Keywords: Design; Human Factors
Rights: Copyright 2011 ACM
RMID: 0030013165
DOI: 10.1145/1943403.1943479
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