Hui-Shyong Yeo, Aaron Quigley
The exploration of novel sensing technologies to facilitate new interaction modalities remains an active research topic in human-computer interaction. Across the breadth of HCI conferences, we can see the development of new forms of interaction underpinned by the appropriation or adaptation of sensing techniques based on the measurement of sound, light, electric fields, radio waves, biosignals, and so on. Insights Commercially, we see extensive industrial developments of radar sensing in automotive and military settings. Radar is often considered a long-range sensing technology that is all weather, offers 3D position information, operates at all times as it doesn't require…
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