The optimal multimedia tourist guide should support strong personalization of all the information provided in a museum in an effort to ensure that each visitor be allowed to accommodate and interpret the visit according to his own pace and interests. We claim that an interaction based on expressing affective attitude may improve usability of an interface in particular when, like in museums, the technology should not hinder the "real" experience. In this paper, we discuss an affective interface based on the explicit signal of interest to guide the amount of details presented about the museum exhibits. We discuss an initial design, two user studies and a second design that is better understood by the user

I Like It - An Affective Interface for a Multimodal Museum Guide

Kuflik, Tsvi;Pianesi, Fabio;Stock, Oliviero;Zancanaro, Massimo
2005

Abstract

The optimal multimedia tourist guide should support strong personalization of all the information provided in a museum in an effort to ensure that each visitor be allowed to accommodate and interpret the visit according to his own pace and interests. We claim that an interaction based on expressing affective attitude may improve usability of an interface in particular when, like in museums, the technology should not hinder the "real" experience. In this paper, we discuss an affective interface based on the explicit signal of interest to guide the amount of details presented about the museum exhibits. We discuss an initial design, two user studies and a second design that is better understood by the user
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