Brain, body and bytes: Psychophysiological user interaction
The human brain and body are prolific signal generators. Recent technologies and computing techniques allow us to measure, process and interpret these signals. We can now infer such things as cognitive and emotional states to create adaptive interactive systems and to gain an understanding of user experience. This workshop brings together researchers from the formerly separated communities of physiological computing (PC), and brain-computer interfaces (BCI) to discuss psychophysiological computing. We set out to identify key research challenges, potential global synergies, and emerging technological contributions.
|Keywords||Bend gestures, E ink, Flexible displays, Organic user interfaces|
|Conference||29th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2011|
Lahey, B. (Byron), Girouard, A, Burleson, W. (Winslow), & Vertegaal, R. (Roel). (2011). PaperPhone: Understanding the use of bend gestures in mobile devices with flexible electronic paper displays. In Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings (pp. 1303–1312). doi:10.1145/1978942.1979136