|Título||Human–Objects Interaction: A Framework for Designing, Developing and Evaluating Augmented Objects|
|Tipo de publicación||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2014|
|Autores||Lopez, G, López, M, Guerrero, LA, Bravo, J|
|Journal||International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction|
The processes to design, develop and evaluate augmented objects are complex and should adhere to a Software Engineering methodology with a user-centered approach. In this paper we present a framework for creating augmented objects focused on the interaction of the final users with these objects. We apply the framework in three cases of study: an augmented post-it note for important email notifications, an augmented pajama for capturing vital signs on infaNts, and an augmented door that is able to capture and send messages when the user is out of office.