Modular Human-Computer Interaction Platform on Mobile Devices for Distributed Development
For people with visual disabilities, mobile devices have become an indispensable part for independent and self-determined living. Increasing performance of mobile devices and availability of mobile sensors and actors can improve the usability and applicability of mobile solutions. The wide range of modalities available for communication and interaction with mobile devices increase the gap between Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research and actual implementation on mobile devices. We propose the use of a Domain Specific Language to enable the distributed development of modular and individually adaptable HCI implementations on an improving and exchangeable mobile platform.
KeywordsHuman-Computer Interaction Mobile computing Development cycle Multi-modal interaction
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