Journal: J. Multimodal User Interfaces

Volume 14, Issue 4

313 -- 319Seungwon Kim, Mark Billinghurst, Kangsoo Kim. Multimodal interfaces and communication cues for remote collaboration
321 -- 335Seungwon Kim, Gun A. Lee, Mark Billinghurst, Weidong Huang 0001. The combination of visual communication cues in mixed reality remote collaboration
337 -- 352Jing Yang 0022, Prasanth Sasikumar, Huidong Bai, Amit Barde, Gábor Sörös, Mark Billinghurst. The effects of spatial auditory and visual cues on mixed reality remote collaboration
353 -- 371Austin Erickson, Nahal Norouzi, Kangsoo Kim, Ryan Schubert, Jonathan Jules, Joseph J. LaViola, Gerd Bruder, Gregory F. Welch. Sharing gaze rays for visual target identification tasks in collaborative augmented reality
373 -- 385Theophilus Teo, Mitchell Norman, Gun A. Lee, Mark Billinghurst, Matt Adcock. Exploring interaction techniques for 360 panoramas inside a 3D reconstructed scene for mixed reality remote collaboration
387 -- 400Jianlong Zhou, Simon Luo, Fang Chen 0001. Effects of personality traits on user trust in human-machine collaborations

Volume 14, Issue 3

231 -- 233Thomas Pietrzak, Marcelo M. Wanderley. Haptic and audio interaction design
235 -- 253James Leonard, Jérôme Villeneuve, Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos. Multisensory instrumental dynamics as an emergent paradigm for digital musical creation
255 -- 269Yuri De Pra, Stefano Papetti, Federico Fontana, Hanna Järveläinen, Michele Simonato. Tactile discrimination of material properties: application to virtual buttons for professional appliances
271 -- 283Sebastian Merchel, M. Ercan Altinsoy. Psychophysical comparison of the auditory and tactile perception: a survey
285 -- 301Aditya Tirumala Bukkapatnam, Philippe Depalle, Marcelo M. Wanderley. Defining a vibrotactile toolkit for digital musical instruments: characterizing voice coil actuators, effects of loading, and equalization of the frequency response
303 -- 312Charlotte Magnusson, Kirsten Rassmus-Gröhn, Bitte Rydeman. Developing a mobile activity game for stroke survivors - lessons learned

Volume 14, Issue 2

139 -- 141Myounghoon Jeon, Areti Andreopoulou, Brian F. G. Katz. Auditory displays and auditory user interfaces: art, design, science, and research
143 -- 151Stephen Roddy, Brian Bridges. Mapping for meaning: the embodied sonification listening model and its implications for the mapping problem in sonic information design
153 -- 166Joseph W. Newbold, Nicolas E. Gold, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze. Movement sonification expectancy model: leveraging musical expectancy theory to create movement-altering sonifications
167 -- 186Steven Landry, Myounghoon Jeon. Interactive sonification strategies for the motion and emotion of dance performances
187 -- 198Katharina Groß-Vogt, Matthias Frank 0003, Robert Höldrich. Focused Audification and the optimization of its parameters
199 -- 206Rafael N. C. Patrick, Tomasz R. Letowski, Maranda E. McBride. A multimodal auditory equal-loudness comparison of air and bone conducted sounds
207 -- 218Andrea Lorena Aldana Blanco, Steffen Grautoff, Thomas Hermann 0001. ECG sonification to support the diagnosis and monitoring of myocardial infarction
219 -- 230Jindrich Matousek, Zdenek Krnoul, Michal Campr, Zbynek Zajíc, Zdenek Hanzlícek, Martin Gruber, Marie Kocurová. Speech and web-based technology to enhance education for pupils with visual impairment

Volume 14, Issue 1

1 -- 15Vincenzo Lussu, Radoslaw Niewiadomski, Gualtiero Volpe, Antonio Camurri. The role of respiration audio in multimodal analysis of movement qualities
17 -- 23Wei Wei 0009, QingXuan Jia, Yongli Feng, Gang Chen 0029, Ming Chu. Multi-modal facial expression feature based on deep-neural networks
25 -- 48David Rudi, Peter Kiefer, Ioannis Giannopoulos, Martin Raubal. Gaze-based interactions in the cockpit of the future: a survey
49 -- 59Ahmed Alsswey, Hosam Al-Samarraie. Elderly users' acceptance of mHealth user interface (UI) design-based culture: the moderator role of age
61 -- 72Mriganka Biswas, Marta Romeo, Angelo Cangelosi, Ray Jones. Are older people any different from younger people in the way they want to interact with robots? Scenario based survey
73 -- 82Hiroki Tanaka, Hidemi Iwasaka, Hideki Negoro, Satoshi Nakamura 0001. Analysis of conversational listening skills toward agent-based social skills training
83 -- 100Justin Mathew, Stéphane Huot, Brian F. G. Katz. Comparison of spatial and temporal interaction techniques for 3D audio trajectory authoring
101 -- 121Gowdham Prabhakar, Aparna Ramakrishnan, Modiksha Madan, L. R. D. Murthy, Vinay Krishna Sharma, Sachin Deshmukh, Pradipta Biswas. Interactive gaze and finger controlled HUD for cars
123 -- 137Hayoung Jeong, Taeho Kang, Jiwon Choi, Jong Kim 0001. A comparative assessment of Wi-Fi and acoustic signal-based HCI methods on the practicality