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Étude de nouvelles techniques d’interaction en situation de mobilité avec des lunettes électroniques pour le domaine de la santé

Abstract : Mobile devices such as smartphones, smartwatches or smart glasses have revolutionized how we interact. We are interested in smart glasses because they have the advantage of providing a simultaneous view of both the physical and the digital worlds. However, the interaction for smart glasses is not well explored. More suitable interactions on this device can convince users to use it more in everyday life. The thesis subject is focused on the study and development of new interaction techniques with smart glasses. Indeed, it is not possible to interact so finely in mobility or in an emergency situation compared to a stable situation such as sitting in front of a desktop. The work context is in the health field and in particular a healthcare professional visiting his patient in a hospital. The professional must be able to access the patient's data already collected, obtain physiological data in real time, prepare his diagnosis and communicate with his colleagues. The scientific problem for the thesis here is to find solutions that allow him to perform these tasks in a more precise and less restrictive way. The goal is to make the diagnosis and information sharing more effective and to make a device still uncontrolled a functional system in a professional healthcare environment. In this perspective, the work of this thesis presents theoretical and applicative contributions. We first listed the various work performed in the context of smart glasses for the health field, while indicating potential, relevant results and limitations. We focused on smart glasses to visualize and manipulate patient records. From a conceptual point of view, we have proposed an eight-dimensional design space to identify gaps in existing systems and assist in the design of new systems. From an application point of view, for output interaction, we introduced a technique called K-Fisheye on a tile-based interface that allows the user to browse a large dataset like in the health record. We used the design space to adapt an existing system for the smart glasses. The prototype obtained called mCAREglass. For input interactions, we studied four pointing techniques on smart glasses. We used the ISO 9241-411 standard to select techniques easy to use for exploring the health record. Finally, we designed a new text entry technique called TEXTile by using a new interactive fabric communicating with glasses.
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Ilyasse Belkacem. Étude de nouvelles techniques d’interaction en situation de mobilité avec des lunettes électroniques pour le domaine de la santé. Interface homme-machine [cs.HC]. Université de Lorraine, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LORR0111⟩. ⟨tel-02397931⟩



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