Buzzwords like ubiquitous computing, the Internet of Things, and cyber-physical systems reflect how computing and communication have become the technological core of many things we use in everyday life. This fundamentally changes the impact of human-computer interaction. Many interactions in the real world, such as listening to music, unlocking a car, paying at the self-service check-out, and even pouring a beverage (see Figure 1) have already become user experiences strongly influenced by interaction technologies and software. To envision, design, and implement engaging and enjoyable interactive experiences in this changing world, we need a solid and comprehensive understanding of the…
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