1.1 Timeline

1725 – Basile Bouchon was the first person to use punched holes used in the control of a loom 1804 – Joseph Marie Jacquard automated the loom operation. Punch cards were linked to chains, and each card held instructions for shedding and selecting the shuttle for a single pass. 1832 – Semyon Korsakov was the first to use punched cards for information storage and searching purposes. 1890 – Herman Hollerith invented the tabulating machine used…

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Lesson 1.1: Introduction to HCI Review Glossary

Mobile devices – Mobile devices had major growth the last several years. Thought it seems there hasn’t been any major evolution there is still room for improvements (Joyner, 2019). Augmented Reality – Real world environments that are complemented by computer generated multimedia. Human senses – HCI is involved in all human senses. UI Design – Many of the concepts covered in HCI were originally developed in the context of UI design. UX Design – HCI…

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Other Articles and Lectures on HCI

Wikipedia: Human–computer interaction Review The Wikipedia on Human Computer Interaction gives a good detailed overview of what HCI is. According to Wikipedia, HCI is a study of “design and use of computer technology, focused on the interfaces between people (users) and computers” (Human-Computer Interaction,” 2020, para. 1). Another interesting finding from Wikipedia was that HCI was popularized in 1983 in a book called “The Psychology of Human–Computer Interaction” by Stuart K. Card, Allen Newell, and…

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Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction: Lecture Review

The lecture that I reviewed was Lesson 1.1: Introduction to HCI from the Human-Computer Interaction I: Fundamentals & Design Principles course from edX. The course is also the course taught for credit at Georgia Tech as CS6750. As this is a course offered on edX, if the course is completed they will give out a certificate of completion. It’s a self-paced online course, and has five sections each with several lessons. The lecture was good.…

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