Interacting with ubiquitous computer applications: issues and methodology

Publication Type:

Conference Paper


Proceedings of 1st Panhellenic Conference with International Participation on Human-Computer Interaction(PC-HCI 2001), Patra, Greece, p.394-399 (2001)


artefacts;interface affordances, interaction for tangible objects, process, Ubiquitous Computing


This paper describes a set of issues that we were confronted with when trying to specify people’s interaction with a ubiquitous computing application. In such an application, the computer “disappears” and computing services are made available to users throughout their physical environment. Issues are presented in two levels: usage and technical. The approach we adopted in the context of a related research project in order to deal with these issues is also presented.
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