Enhancing the UX of Speech-Based Video Games
The UXR Lab presents this webinar with guest Nima Zargham discussing enhancing the UX of speech-based systems, specifically video games.
The UXR Lab presents a very special webinar with guest Nima Zargham, from the University of Bremen, Germany.
Nima will be discussing his Ph.D. thesis on Enhancing the UX of Speech-Based Enhancing the UX of Speech-Based Systems, going into the specific applicability to video games. The night will begin with a discussion of research findings and wrap up by discussing opportunities for collaboration on future research.
Nima is a research assistant and Ph.D student in the digital media working group at the Technology Center for Computer Science and Information Technology (TZI) at the University of Bremen. His research interests are animation, human-computer interaction (HCI) and voice user interfaces (VUIs), and he is particularly interested in personal assistants and creative animation techniques.
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The UXR Lab focuses solely on applied user experience (UX) research in interactive digital media. Stemming from original research undertaken at the university, the lab takes both academic and commercial research projects. It specializes in helping developers (games, apps, websites, software, simulations) discover and fix usability and user experience issues with their products. The lab has hardware and software resources, as well as more than 10 researchers who work with developers through their entire product lifecycle from concept to post-launch.