Towards Multi-Modal Interactions in Virtual Environments: A Case Study


Nijholt, A. (1999) Towards Multi-Modal Interactions in Virtual Environments: A Case Study. In: Actas-I, VI Simposio Internacional de Communicacion Social, 25-28 January 1999, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba (pp. pp. 561-568).

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Abstract:We present research on visualization and interaction in a realistic model of an existing theatre. This existing ‘Muziek¬centrum’ offers its visitors information about performances by means of a yearly brochure. In addition, it is possible to get information at an information desk in the theatre (during office hours), to get information by phone (by talking to a human or by using IVR). The database of the theater holds the information that is available at the beginning of the ‘theatre season’. Our aim is to make this information more accessible by using multi-modal accessible multi-media web pages. A more general aim is to do research in the area of web-based services, in particu¬lar interactions in virtual environments.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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