Symposium BHCIG Symposium on Usability and Interactive TelevisionEdinburgh January 22, 2004 Napier University Edinburgh, Scotland The British HCI Group in conjunction with the ScotlandIS Usability Forum will host a symposium aimed at exploring current and emerging trends in usability issues pertaining to interactive television (iTV). This will be of direct relevance to usability professionals, broadcasters, HCI researchers, and iTV application developers. The development of effective and engaging iTV applications remains problematic, with issues such as personalization, accessibility and platform dependency still to be resolved. If interactivity is to extend beyond alternative camera angles and online quizzes, then a thorough…
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