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Multimodal Interactions Analysis and exploration of Users within a Controlled Environment

Project description

Multimodal Interfaces

The project aims to investigate and develop techniques to analyse the multi-modal behaviour of users within the context of real applications. The multi-modal behaviour takes the form of eye gaze/fixation, eye blink and body move. We will study and develop techniques that capture and analyse multi-modal behaviour in controlled environments. As a result of such analysis, information will be adapted to the user needs and situation. We will study the usage and effectiveness of our techniques in three different applications. The objective is to develop techniques for human¿controlled environment interaction, rather than human ¿ computer interaction or human ¿ human interaction.The techniques will be developed and validated within the context of three different application domains. These applications are: Security, Customized marketing, and Interactive web TV. This will enable us to develop generalisable techniques and open routes for industrial exploitation. The applications will be developed with industrial involvement and supports.Finally the project investigates the legal and ethical requirements necessary to design these new applications. In addition, the social acceptability of these ambient intelligence technologies (multi-modal behaviour capture) will be investigated in order to guarantee the success of their implementation. Recommendations will be formulated and will be presented to the policy makers (private and public).

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