Introduction

The emergent of direct manipulation that moved interfaces closer to real world interaction by allowing users to directly manipulate objects rather than instructing computers to do so by typing command creates pathway to a new generation of interaction that based on “reality”. This type of interaction that later termed as “Reality based Interaction” or RBI. The development of this new generation of post-WIMP interfaces has been fueled by advances in computer technology and improved understanding of human psychology. Some examples of these post-WIMP interaction styles are: virtual, mixed and augmented reality, tangible interaction, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, context-aware computing, handheld or mobile interaction, perceptual and affective computing as well as lightweight, tacit or passive interaction.(testing paragraph for this blog)

 

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