Human-Computer Interaction 3e Dix, Finlay, Abowd, Beale
EXERCISE 21.6 [extra - not in book]
Chapter 2 of Human-Computer Interaction explores a number of traditional input and output devices. The pace of technological change means that such an exploration will always be incomplete. This exercise asks you to conduct a search on the Web to uncover information about novel (at least novel to you) input and output devices.
For each device (one input, one output) produce a short description of its function, web references for more information and, if possible, information on vendors for the product.
answer available for tutors only
open-ended research exercise
Other exercises in this chapter
ex.21.1 (ans), ex.21.2 (ans), ex.21.3 (ans), ex.21.4 (ans), ex.21.5 (tut), ex.21.6 (open), ex.21.7 (tut), ex.21.8 (open), ex.21.9 (open), ex.21.10 (open), ex.21.11 (tut), ex.21.12 (tut)
all exercises for this chapter