Human Interaction & Recognition

Interactive spaces and augmented reality spaces have always held a special meaning for artists and designers, able to capture the imagination of audiences in dedicated areas like museums. Now with the advent of consumer-level hardware for VR and AR, these kinds of interactions are migrating to the living room.

What kinds of techniques are most useful to help recognize the intent of the user? How can modern machine learning techniques help? Do recent devices affect the kinds of designs that are possible? Find out in this intense day-long Track focused on the topic!

Event / Conference 2016 / Conference 2016 Track / Archive by category "Human Interaction & Recognition"