Spatial views in intelligent cabin interaction behavior and touchpoints design
Authors: Chang Meng, Danhua Zhao
Abstract: Intelligent cabin is a space that provides users with interaction information during vehicle movement, but in current research, the description model of intelligent cabin interaction design is framed by input-output and focuses only on actions and feedback, but in a multi-touchpoint cabin, the relationship between the interaction medium and the user's spatial location is equally important. Therefore, this paper attempts to refine the spatial description model of interaction touchpoints and interaction behaviors in the cabin based on the existing spatial model-related literature and the cabin interaction design practice to help interaction designers in related fields identify and solve the human-computer relationship issues in the intelligent cabin more comprehensively. The addition of the spatial dimension will expand the concept of interaction touchpoints in the cabin, which will be beneficial to the design of intelligent cabin interaction in both the concept development and design expression stages.
Keywords: Cabin Interaction, Spatial Issues, Digital Touchpoints
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