Translating the Pen and Paper Brainstorming Process into a Cognitive and Immersive System

Within this work, we introduce a digital sticky note tool to be used by analysts for a brainstorming session within a cognitive and immersive system (CAIS). This tool was setup to mimic and enhance the traditionally pen-and-paper process. By utilizing a digital interface, we allow for more feature-rich note taking including pictures and hyperlinks in addition to just text, as well as an increased amount of captured metadata about each created note. To achieve parity with the non-digital process, our interface allows for both individual usage via personal devices (e.g. tablets, laptops) as well as for coming together as a group and collaborating via a multi-modal interface, supporting commands through a mixture of voice and gestures.

Reference

Matthew Peveler, Shannon Briggs, Jaimie Drozdal, Lilit Balagyozyan, Chang Sun, Michael Perrone, and Hui Su. , "Translating the Pen and Paper Brainstorming Process into a Cognitive and Immersive System,"

In: Kurosu M. (eds) Human-Computer Interaction. Recognition and Interaction Technologies. HCII 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11567. Springer, Cham

Bibtex

@InProceedings{10.1007/978-3-030-22643-5_28,
author="Peveler, Matthew
and Briggs, Shannon
and Drozdal, Jaimie
and Balagyozyan, Lilit
and Sun, Chang
and Perrone, Michael
and Su, Hui",
editor="Kurosu, Masaaki",
title="Translating the Pen and Paper Brainstorming Process into a Cognitive and Immersive System",
booktitle="Human-Computer Interaction. Recognition and Interaction Technologies",
year="2019",
publisher="Springer International Publishing",
address="Cham",
pages="366--376",
isbn="978-3-030-22643-5"
}