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|Title:||Designing the Car iWindow: Exploring Interaction through Vehicle Side Windows|
|Keywords:||Design, Human Factors|
|Abstract:||Interactive vehicle windows can enrich the commuting experience by being informative and engaging, strengthening the connection between passengers and the outside world. We propose a preliminary interaction paradigm to allow rich and un-distracting interaction experience on vehicle side windows. Following this paradigm we present a prototype, the Car iWindow, and discuss our preliminary design critique of the interaction, based on the installation of the iWindow in a car and interaction with it while commuting around our campus.|
|Appears in Collections:||Greenberg, Saul|
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