Virtual reality systems specifications for human machine interaction design in industry

Susanna Aromaa, Juhani Viitaniemi, Kaj Helin

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    Abstract

    It is challenging to consider human centred approach for requirement specifications within human technology interaction (HTI). This paper describes a systematic approach for defining human requirement specifications for the technology development. The object was to provide human centred requirement specifications for visualisation and interaction within virtual environment (VE) systems. The approach applies human centred design (HCD) in early state on design process to identify and define both the technical system and human related requirement specifications. Moreover the requirement specifications processing, the use cases, scenarios, and task analysis principles were applied. As a result prioritised specifications and guidelines for technology development were determined. The benefits and lacks of this systematic approach were discussed
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2012
    MoE publication typeNot Eligible
    EventIEA 2012 - Recife, Brazil
    Duration: 12 Feb 201216 Feb 2012

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    ConferenceIEA 2012
    CountryBrazil
    CityRecife
    Period12/02/1216/02/12

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    Keywords

    • Human requirements
    • virtual reality system
    • use case
    • scenario
    • task analysis
    • specifications

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    Aromaa, S, Viitaniemi, J & Helin, K 2012, 'Virtual reality systems specifications for human machine interaction design in industry', Paper presented at IEA 2012, Recife, Brazil, 12/02/12 - 16/02/12.

    Virtual reality systems specifications for human machine interaction design in industry. / Aromaa, Susanna; Viitaniemi, Juhani; Helin, Kaj.

    2012. Paper presented at IEA 2012, Recife, Brazil.

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