multimodal interaction

Multimodal human-computer interaction refers to the “interaction with the virtual and physical environment through natural modes of communication”, This implies that multimodal interaction enables a more free and natural communication, interfacing users with automated systems in both input and output.

The Evolution of Voice User Interfaces

The realm of voice user interfaces (VUIs) has experienced a fascinating and transformative journey. From simple voice recognition systems to advanced artificial intelligence-driven assistants, VUIs are increasingly impacting how we interact with technology. Let’s take a look through the history […]

Data Flow in the Living Room

The living room has an interesting topology for multimodal interaction. Years ago, you got up and turned the dial directly on the TV. The advent of the remote control allowed you to do that from your seat. Even up to

Prototyping Voice Commands for Smart TV

Part of the “Who.Where.What?” feature we initially launched at CES 2020 was voice commands for shopping the scene. This video gives a sense of what is possible with these commands. A lot of care was taken in curating a list