IAT 351

“Advanced Human Computer Interaction” course has been offered in the school of interactive arts and technology at SFU. This course is focused on how better and easier a user interface could be developed.
I acted as teaching assistant role for this course in spring 2008 semester in SIAT school of SFU. The course’s assignments were based on Java programming language (mostly related to SWING library in Java).
One of  the interesting facts about this course was about using of Phidgets (physical widgets). Phidgets helped students to simplify interacting with ports and getting information from outside world. It also helped students to avoid getting into problems such as connecting devices to computer, a device being recognized by it or the data transmission.

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