Starting research in interaction design with visuals for low-functioning children in the autistic spectrum: A protocol

  • Authors
  • Parés N, Carreras A, Durany J, Ferrer J, Freixa P, Gomez D et al.
  • UPF authors
  • RIBAS TORRABADELLA, JOAN IGNASI; FREIXA FONT, PEDRO JUAN; PARES BURGUES, NARCIS; PARES BURGUES, ROC; SANJURJO RUBIO, ALEJANDRO JAVIER; GÓMEZ FONTANILLS, DAVID;
  • Type
  • Scholarly articles
  • Journal títle
  • amp; Behavior
  • Publication year
  • 2006
  • Volume
  • 9
  • Number
  • 2
  • Pages
  • 218-223
  • ISSN
  • 1094-9313
  • Publication State
  • Published
  • Abstract
  • quot; with no intention to reach the level of education or therapy. The goal was to be attained by giving the users a sense of agency¿by providing first a sense of control in the interaction dialogue. Our approach to visual stimuli design has been based on the use of geometric, abstract, two-dimensional (2D), real-time computer graphics in a full-body, non-invasive, interactive space. The results obtained within the European-funded project MultiSensory Environment Design for an Interface between Autistic and Typical Expressiveness (MEDIATE) have been extremely encouraging.
  • Complete citation
  • Parés N, Carreras A, Durany J, Ferrer J, Freixa P, Gomez D et al.. Starting research in interaction design with visuals for low-functioning children in the autistic spectrum: A protocol. Cyberpsychology & Behavior 2006; 9(2): 218-223.
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