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05 Aug
14:00 noon CEST Master's Defense Fully distance
Subject
Guidelines for Systems Assessment in Socioenative Scenarios
Student
Andressa Cristina dos Santos
Advisor / Teacher
Julio Cesar dos Reis
Brief summary
In view of the growing increase in the number of technologies and in their modes of interaction, allowing access for all people, regardless of their characteristics and / or limitations, is an important issue. Universal Access, aims to meet the needs of all potential users and can be used in this diversity of interactive systems that have emerged over the years, promoting beyond product design, its access. This dissertation is inserted in the context of Socioenative Systems, a class of systems whose interaction between human and computer is developed through spatially present interfaces using sensors and data analysis in physical and immersive interactions. The context of socioenative systems represents a totally new and extremely complex scenario for dealing with access. They involve a multiplicity of devices and senses, combined in dynamic situations of use involving an individual and social dimension. Thus, to enable people with different types of limitations to be able to perceive, understand, interact and contribute to these systems immersively in an environment, it is important to ensure that during their design an evaluation is carried out and that it is conducted in an appropriate manner. . Thus, we propose a set of recommendations to guide designers during the design of socioenative systems, in addition to a methodology of use. Through the set of recommendations we allow designers to inspect the design of the system seeking to favor the idea of ​​universal access, thus including as many people as possible in its access and interaction.
Examination Board
Headlines:
Julio Cesar dos Reis IC / UNICAMP
Roberto pereira Dinf / UFPR
Breno Bernard Nicolau de France IC / UNICAMP
Substitutes:
Diego Addan Gonçalves IC / UNICAMP
Luciana Aparecida Martinez Zaina DComp-So / UFSCar