Universität der Bundeswehr München


CommunityMirrors: Interaktive Großbildschirme als ubiquitäre Natural User Interfaces für Kooperationssysteme (thesis)

Erscheinungsjahr: 2018

Author(s): Ott, Florian


Field deployments help us better understand how people use systems in their everyday lives, this the questions that can be answered revolve around real world use. Specifically, field deployments provide rich data about how closely a concept meets the target population’s needs and how users accept, adopt, and appropriate a system in actual use over time. Field studies can also be used to validate a concept or prototype – either of a system design based on established or discovered population needs, or an innovative technology that no one has yet seen or experienced. A major challenge to understanding the potential use of novel technologies is in their long-term use. Behavior management specialists note that it can take up to 6 months for a new behavior, such as the use of a new technology, to really take hold (Prochaska & DiClemente, 1982). At the same time, the social pressures and initial interest that may have driven use early on may wear off over time, enabling other challenges and issues to emerge. Deployment studies allow study of long-term system acceptance, adoption, and appropriation.

Full reference:

Ott, F. (2018). CommunityMirrors: Interaktive Großbildschirme als ubiquitäre Natural User Interfaces für Kooperationssysteme.


Awareness, Common Ground, CommunityMirror-Framework, CommunityMirrors, Design Science, Gestaltungsparameter, In- terdisziplinforschung, Informationsversorgung, Integration, Interakti- onskontext, Interaktionskontextmodell, Interspace, Kontext, Kopräsenz, Mixed-Methods-Research, Multi-Touch, Multi-User, Nutzungspotenziale, Semi-Public Display, Serendipity, Soziotechnik, Technology Probe, Terminologie, Touchscreen, Wissensarbeit, exploratives Prototyping, ge- staltungsorientierte Forschung, kollaborativer Wissensprozess, periphere Wahrnehmbarkeit, play, soziotechnisches System


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DOI: 10.18726/2018_1