IRO Journals

Recent Research Reviews Journal
Archives / Volume-2 / Issue-2 / Article-17

Volume - 2 | Issue - 2 | december 2023

Harnessing Power of Multimodal Interaction, their Challenges and Future Prospect – A Review
Dr. I Jeena Jacob   47  35
Pages: 457-479
Cite this article
Jacob, D. I. J. (2023). Harnessing Power of Multimodal Interaction, their Challenges and Future Prospect – A Review. Recent Research Reviews Journal, 2(2), 457-479. doi:10.36548/rrrj.2023.2.017
Published
18 December, 2023
Abstract

Multimodal interaction refers to the combination of smart speakers and displays. It gives users the option to engage with various input and output modalities. When interacting with other individuals, humans use more nonverbal cues compared to verbal cues. They communicate with each other using a variety of modalities, including gestures, eye contact, and facial expressions. This type of communication is known as multimodal interaction. A specific type of multimodal interaction called human-computer interaction (HCI) makes it easier for people to communicate with machines. Several studies employing the aforementioned numerous modalities will discover that machines could quickly interact with a person by disclosing their feelings or actions. The research presented here provides an in-depth overview of multimodal interaction, HCI, the difficulties and advancements encountered in this field, and its prospects for future technological improvement.

Keywords

Multimodal interaction HCI facial expression Eye tracker Gesture recognition UCD AR VR

Full Article PDF Download Article PDF 
×

Currently, subscription is the only source of revenue. The subscription resource covers the operating expenses such as web presence, online version, pre-press preparations, and staff wages.

To access the full PDF, please complete the payment process.

Subscription Details

Category Fee
Article Access Charge
For single article (Indian)
1,200 INR
Article Access Charge
For single article (non-Indian)
15 USD
Open Access Fee (Indian) 5,000 INR
Open Access Fee (non-Indian) 80 USD
Annual Subscription Fee
For 1 Journal (Indian)
15,000 INR
Annual Subscription Fee
For 1 Journal (non-Indian)
200 USD
secure PAY INR / USD
Subscription form: click here