Mobility, Human-centricity, and the Design of Wearable Augmented Reality Interfaces

By Isabel Pedersen.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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This paper uses visual rhetoric and semiotics to strategize the concept of mobility for wearable computers in combination with augmented reality interfaces.

Keywords: Rhetoric, Semiotics, Metaphor, Conceptual Interface Design

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp.143-154. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.529MB).

Dr. Isabel Pedersen

Dr. Isabel Pedersen recently defended her PhD dissertation, which deals with the rhetoric and social semiotics of wearable computers and augmented reality. Her major publications include “Looking Good on Whose Terms?: Ambiguity in Two Kellogg’s Special K® Print Advertisements” in Social Semiotics and “Métissage and the Emancipation of the Postcolonial Autobiographical Self in Clarke’s Growing Up Stupid Under the Union Jack” Wascana Review of Contemporary Poetry and Writing.

Dr. Pedersen and her collaborator, Dr. Neil Randall, have given conference papers on conceptual interface design at several annual conferences including the Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, the National Communication Association Convention, the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on documentation (ACM SIGDOC), the Computers and Writing Conference, and The Intertextuality of Science Studies at Texas Tech University’s Comparative Literature Symposium.


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