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Christine Kühnel has been working as phd student and researcher (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at the Quality and Usability Lab of Deutsche Telekom Laboratories, TU-Berlin from 2007 to 2011. In 2011 she finished her PhD on the topic "Quantifying quality aspects of multimodal interactive systems'.
Since December 2011 she is working at Potsdam-Institut for Climate Change Research (PIK) as scientific coordinator.
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|Autor||Kühnel, Christine and Westermann, Tilo and Hemmert, Fabian and Kratz, Sven and Möller, Sebastian|
|Journal||International Journal of Human-Computer Studies|
|Zusammenfassung||Mobile phones seem to present the perfect user interface for interacting with smart environments, e.g. smart-home systems, as they are nowadays ubiquitous and equipped with an increasing amount of sensors and interface components, such as multi-touch screens. After giving an overview on related work this paper presents the adapted design methodology proposed by Wobbrock et al. (2009) for the development of a gesture-based user interface to a smart-home system. The findings for the new domain, device and gesture space are presented and compared to findings by Wobbrock et al. (2009). Three additional steps are described: A small pre-test survey, a mapping and a memory test and a performance test of the implemented system. This paper shows the adaptability of the approach described by Wobbrock et al. (2009) for three-dimensional gestures in the smart-home domain. Elicited gestures are described and a first implementation of a user interface based on these gestures is presented.|