The largest interaction conference in the world CHI 2016 was held in the heart of Silicon Valley from May 7-12. Computer Human Interaction ranges from visual, aural, linguistic interactivity through every sense, including haptics, and proprioception. As robots become more widespread, the first demonstrations of robotics interaction may be seen at CHI.
Interaction design student Krishna Sistla has highlighted some of the most interesting CHI 2016 demos in this media essay. “With a variety of technologies explored, plenty was on display for people looking at inspiration to explore changing modes of human-computer interaction.”