Computers and various communication devices are becoming an integral part of daily life for many Chinese. The number of PC, Internet, and mobile phone users has grown significantly in China in the past 10 years. In contrast to this explosive increase, human-computer interaction (HCI) research and practice in China, the goal of which is to bring the real power of computing devices to end users, is in the early stages of growth. This article will briefly summarize research on and practice of HCI in China in the areas of interface technology, multimodal user interface, and human performance for HCI…
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