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Trip report 2002 WWDU HANDICAP ICCHP. Tampere Unit for Human Computer Interaction. Tatiana Evreinova 11.09.2002. MONREAL 1989. STOCKHOLM 1986. MILAN 1994. BERLIN 1992. TOKYO 1997. WWDU 2002 / History 11.09.2002. PREVIOUS LOCATION.

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tatiana evreinova 11 09 2002

Trip report 2002 WWDU

HANDICAP

ICCHP

TampereUnit forHuman ComputerInteraction

Tatiana Evreinova

11.09.2002

wwdu 2002 history 11 09 2002

MONREAL

1989

STOCKHOLM

1986

MILAN

1994

BERLIN

1992

TOKYO

1997

WWDU 2002 / History 11.09.2002

PREVIOUS LOCATION

wwdu 2002 organization 11 09 2002
WWDU 2002 / Organization 11.09.2002

the 6th International conference took place in Berchtesgaden, Germany (May 22-25)

WWDU goal is to provide an international forum for discussing future concepts on the work with visual display units

WWDU 2002 focused on a specific theme: World Wide Work with information and communication technology

240 papers, 4 keynote speeches

5 tutorials

about 500 participants

wwdu 2002 topics 11 09 2002
WWDU 2002 / Topics 11.09.2002
  • humankind in global work with information and communication technologies
    • educational systems – eLearning / IT at schools
    • assistive technology – “Design for all”
    • usability aspects of globally used applications
    • visual hazards (work and vision)
  • ecological aspects of computer work
    • healthy buildings – healthy environment; “green computers” at workplaces
  • technology for world wide work with display units
    • wearable/ubiquitous/mobile computing
    • virtual tools for virtual work
    • novel technologies for distance learning…
wwdu 2002 tutorial 11 09 2002
WWDU 2002 / Tutorial 11.09.2002
  • usability testing of interactive systems (introductory tutorial)
    • whether an interactive product satisfies context-specific usability requirements
  • VNET5
    • the procedure of user validation and selection of appropriate methods and approaches
  • training preventional and behavioral changes on Video Display units
    • self-improvement by the user of his working condition for own health and safety
  • HealthCare Project
    • interactive testing of existing website concerning the relevance and function
  • Common Sense – versus – ergonomic standards
    • designing new ergonomic solutions with respecting standards
wwdu 2002 papers 11 09 2002
WWDU 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

eLearning and Internet Training

H.Krueger, S. Guttormsen-Schär, P. J.Haubner

project workshop for students at using internet-based videoconference technology (Microsoft NetMeeting, BSCW software) have been organized to evaluate distributed CSCW

the intention was to get an impression and students’ feedback what communication channel is the most efficient

76,9% of the students recommended others to participate in the project workshop after experiment

positive feedback was prevalent, negative feedback was mostly related to technological factors

wwdu 2002 papers 11 09 20021
WWDU 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

Experimental interfaces for a locomotion assistance device

Y. Bellik, R. Farcy

  • triangulating laser telemeter “Teletact” adapted to the space perception for the blind people
  • 50 blind persons served in the experiment
  • during training time three experimental interfaces (sonorous, tactile and force feedback) have been tested and compared
  • results
    • using of tactile interface gave the most encouraging results
    • difficulty to merge rapidly the sonorous info with the proprioceptive one
    • force feedback interface have water tightness problem (weather conditions)
    • to use correctly the device a training course is necessary

Demo

wwdu 2002 look outside 11 09 2002

Main street

Lake Königsee

Eagle’s Nest

Kongresshaus

WWDU 2002 / Look outside 11.09.2002
handicap 2002 structure 11 09 2002

HANDITEC

June, 11-13

HANDICAP

June, 13-14

BrailleNet

June, 12-13

AUTONOMIC

TECHNICAL AID TO HANDICAPPED PEOPLE

MONTENVERT ORTHOPEDY

June, 13-14

UGECAM

June, 11-13

HANDICAP 2002 / Structure 11.09.2002
handicap 2002 organization 11 09 2002
HANDICAP 2002 / Organization 11.09.2002

the conference took place in Porte de Versailles, Paris

action was organized by the Federative Research Institute of the Technical Help for Handicapped persons (IFRATH)

objective

to consolidate the scientific knowledge which have accumulated during development of information and communication technology to find new ways for a creation of products for people with special needs

fivecountries were involved

14 full papers, 3 short papers and 4 posters

about 150 delegates

handicap 2002 topics 11 09 2002
HANDICAP 2002 / Topics 11.09.2002

assistive devices for rehabilitation

cognitive functions and improvement of motions

orthopedy and prosthesis

human-computer interaction and usability evaluation

human behavior modeling

palliative and enriched communication

telecommunication

distance learning

environment adaptation and vehicles

social-economic and legal aspects

handicap 2002 papers 11 09 2002
HANDICAP 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

PortaNumTM: novel technical aid to visually impaired people

H. Soubaras, J. Colineau

PortaNum is a magnifier system that allows to the visually impaired people to read remote documents

PortaNum features

choice of needed images

zooming and further treatment of image (inversion, color, contrast…)

image recording and scanning

info available at:www.thalesgroup.com

handicap 2002 papers 11 09 20021
HANDICAP 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

Using of vocal interaction (VI) for interactive access to the system by elderly people R. Privat, N. Vigouroux, P. Truillet

the problem of oral modality as a means of interaction take

place at usability improving of the interactive systems

how to achieve disambiguity & naturalness of VI

?

Misrecognition example with phonetic transcription

authors discuss a possibility of using of the VoiceXML language

as a prototyping tool to facilitate VI

handicap 2002 papers 11 09 20022

Quo Vadis is a safety system equipped with selective electronic

access modes for patients suffering from disorientation

small badge contains a mini transceiver,

radio calling and alarm system

working area of beacon is 0.3-300 m

info transmitting through a pager

safety area can be restricted at night time

HANDICAP 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

Quo Vadis – anti-wandering system www.fst.ch/anglais/publications

We do not say “don’t go there” but rather “where are you going?” – J.-C. Gabus

icchp 2002 organization 11 09 2002
ICCHP 2002 / Organization 11.09.2002

the conference took place in Linz, Austria (July 15-20)

was organized in co-operation with Johannez Kepler Linz university and Austrian Computer Society

objective

the transfer of knowledge and the interaction between researchers, practitioners and experts

focus

all the aspects of HCI and the usage of information technology for people with special needs

155 papers, about 400 delegates

icchp 2002 topics 11 09 2002
ICCHP 2002 / Topics 11.09.2002
  • accessible communication and information
  • designing the environment for all
  • medicine
  • assistive technology
  • IT in special and inclusive education
  • Special Thematic Sessions (STS)
    • access to music/mathematics
    • typing – alternative and augmentative communication
    • audio-haptic interfaces and virtual reality for blind and partially sighted people
    • computers for the development of young disabled children
icchp 2002 papers 11 09 2002

The user interface for the sign language translator in a remote

sign language interpretation system

H. Minagawa, I. Naito, N. Kato, H. Murakami, Y. Ishihara

virtual remote sign language interpretation carried out in real time through networks using NTSC video signal

a sign language interpreter translated the conversation between the deaf person and the hearing person using video and voice

ICCHP 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002
icchp 2002 papers 11 09 20021
ICCHP 2002 / Papers 11.09.2002

The see-through head mount display as the information offering

device for the hearing impaired students

N. Tomoyuki

see-through head mounted display as the information offering device for the hearing impaired students was implemented using holographic optical element

quality of displaying images is very clear and the caption on the display can read very easily