Usability and NUI


We build Natural User Interfaces based on graphics, touch interaction, gesture and voice recognition, speech synthesis, haptic and other feedbacks.

Touch interfaces are responsive and able to adapt to different form factors and devices: wearable, mobile phones, tablets, touch enabled screens and large multitouch displays.
They are cross-platform when needed, using standard web technologies to support a wide range of devices and operating systems; otherwise a hybrid or a native approach is possible when performances are a requirement.

Gesture and voice recognition together can provide multi-modal interaction, useful when the user can't use a standard one: we implement these unobtrusive interfaces in our home automation and Ambient Assisted Living related projects in order to improve the overall user experience and help visually impaired users and elderly people in their day-to-day life.

Further information

Nicola Rizzo, Researcher

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