Articles about Tecnología

Entrevista con el Autor de Ciencia Ficción Rudy Rucker: Interfaces en Ciencia Ficción

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Rudy Rucker habla sobre interfaces de usuario: desde reconocimiento de voz, gestos con las manos, seguimiento ocular (eye tracking), hasta su propio invento que se activa a través de comandos mentales y habla subvocal. [Leer más]

Entrevista con el Autor de Ciencia Ficción Bruce Sterling: Interfaces de una Computadora Alienígena

Bruce Sterling

En una conversación sobre UX y ciencia ficción, Bruce Sterling habla de Hollywood, alienígenas y de cómo se describen las interfaces en las películas de ciencia ficción. [Leer más]

La Experiencia Distópica: Tecnología y UX en la Ciencia Ficción

Frankenstein monster

La ciencia ficción distópica nos permite darnos cuenta de las posibles consecuencias negativas de la tecnología que de otra manera no podríamos ser capaces de imaginar . [Leer más]

La vista Desde Aquí: Más Allá de los Libros

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¿Qué será de las bibliotecas en el futuro a medida que trascienden a los libros para adoptar la tecnología como emisiones en directo de audio, video a pedido y realidad virtual? [Leer más]

(English) You Need an Outlet and a Browser: How Children Understand and Use the Internet

(English) Children are not the most effective Web users and more research is needed to explore children’s mental models related to Internet use. [Leer más]

(English) The New Reality – Coming Soon

(English) The increasing use of handheld devices with cameras, GPS, wireless Internet, and relatively large digital viewing screens has made Augmented Reality technology available to the general public en masse. [Leer más]

(English) What Does “Personal Computer” Mean? Communicating a New Paradigm

(English) The PC is no longer the center of the digital universe. Soon service providers will offer desktop as a service to companies of all sizes. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Automating Baggage Handling

RampMate automated baggage handling device

(English) Using feedback from ground handling staff, RampMate was created, increasing efficiency and airport baggage tracking capabilities while decreasing handler injury rates. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: No More Goofy Glasses

(English) Three-dimensional (3-D) movies may soon become more mainstream thanks to technologies that are making 3-D viewing more user-friendly. [Leer más]

(English) Access in Africa: A Personal Perspective

(English) A digitizing project highlighted additional accessibility challenges for many in Africa: a lack of the basic infrastructure that the Global North takes for granted. [Leer más]

(English) Universal Life: Multi-User Virtual Environments for People with Disabilities

(English) It’s necessary to consider the benefit that barrier-free virtual environments provide for people with disabilities in terms of pain management, distraction, and socialization. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Blio Software: E-reader = Easy to Read?

(English) Blio, designed to make e-books accessible to the visually impaired, allows users to read, or have read to them, e-books on regular computers or handheld devices. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: New Computer Technologies to Be Rolled Out

(English) Flexible, organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display technology is about to revolutionize the world of portable computing, making mobile phones lighter and more durable. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Hey Good Lookin’

(English) The marketing campaign for TriSpecs™ is focused on user experience as the key selling feature, however the website itself is not a great model of usability. [Leer más]

(English) Making Forms Accessible: Accessible Forms Help all Users

table of questions and multiple choice answers

(English) Development of an accessible pdf form for students with disabilities that provides both the required level of usability and accessibility and the necessary backend features. [Leer más]

(English) Taxi! Service Design for New York’s Yellow Cabs

(English) As digital information spaces augment physical places, new location-based services will emerge for riding cabs, as well as many other civic, urban, and commercial experiences. [Leer más]

(English) Finding Uses For New Technology: Moving with a Magic Thing

(English) The user cannot always be the starting point for new products but involving users provides us with a way to find applications for technology-driven innovations. [Leer más]

(English) Radio Frequency Identification: How User Expertise Can Make a New Technology Welcome

(English) Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is a good example of how user experience professionals can influence the adoption of new technology. [Leer más]

(English) What’s News: Speck-tacular Computers

(English) A group of computer science, electronic engineering, and physics professors is developing a system of tiny programmable semiconductor specks that can work together to sense, compute, and network wirelessly. [Leer más]