Articles by Carmen Branje

Branje is a researcher at The Centre for Learning Technology at Ryerson University since 2003. His research interests are human factors engineering, human-computer interaction, cross modal translation, and multimodal interfaces. He will begin a PhD in Human Factors Engineering at the University of Toronto in the fall of 2009.

Comparing Computer Versus Human Data Collection Methods for Public Usability Evaluations of a Tactile-Audio Display

Abstract We present a public usability study that provides preliminary results on the effectiveness of a universally designed system that conveys music and other sounds into tactile sensations. The system was displayed at a public science museum as part of a larger multimedia exhibit aimed at presenting a youths’ perspective on global warming and the […] [Read More]