Experiencing a product by human-computer interactions can effectively convey valid information to users, and a surreal experience can be simulated by multi-sensory interactions. The effects of multimodal interactive displays on the cognition of products have been investigated in this study. The effects of multimodal human-computer interactions on multi-sensory modal applications have also been investigated by a questionnaire survey. And the effect of multimodal interactive displays on users’ cognition can be further realized. The results indicated that the exhibit scenario display can assist users in simulating the real feeling of usage and understanding the displayed products. For the feedback stereoscopic display, it is harder for users to perceive the authenticity of product usage. For the simulation of reality, external links supply more product information, and users’ cognition of products has been strengthened. The panoramic view is for the display only but fails to assist users in determining the quality of products.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Media Technology
- Hardware and Architecture
- Computer Networks and Communications