Conference paper Open Access
Antrea Chrysanthou; Styliani Kleanthous; Elena Matsi
With the development of intelligent interfaces and emerging technologies children and adult users are provided with exciting interaction approaches in several applications. Holographic applications were until recently only available to few people, mostly experts and researchers. In this work, we are investigating the differences between children and adult users towards their interaction behavior in mixed reality, when they were asked to perform a task. Analysis of the results demonstrates that children can be more efficient during their interaction in these environments while adults are more confident and their experience and knowledge is an advantage in
achieving a task.