Ambient and Peripheral Interaction in the Internet of Things

  • Marc Busch (Vortragender, eingeladen)

Aktivität: Vortrag ohne Tagungsband / VorlesungPräsentation auf einer wissenschaftlichen Konferenz / Workshop


Individuals are enabled to track and optimize their own life (quantified self), make use of smart health and mobility services. Organizations can implement smart maintenance and human error prevention mechanisms. However, most of IoT products and services require display-based user interaction, a lot of them are implemented in mobile applications. The interaction with apps requires heavy cognitive effort and can lead to information overload, which can result in techno-stress and techno-anxiety. A solution to avoid these "modern diseases" connected with the IoT are so-called ambient and peripheral interaction paradigms. Ambient and peripheral interaction is a way to transport information and to enable user interaction that does not require users to spend full attention on the interaction itself. The talk will illustrate possibilities, trends and challenges related to ambient and peripheral interaction in the IoT and will give and outlook on how ambient and peripheral interaction can support basic human values (e.g. sustainability) in an interconnected world.
Zeitraum6 Mai 2015
EreignistitelIoT Talks May: User Interfaces for the Internet of Things

Research Field

  • Ehemaliges Research Field - Technology Experience