Design and Research on Human-Computer Interactive Interface of Navigation Robot in the IOT Mode

  • Ye Zhang
  • Bingmei Bie
  • Rongrong FuEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10921)


The display design methods in the background of media convergence is improving gradually, and the navigation robot is applied to the public environment as a new kind of display assistant method, which can better meet visitors’ needs and enhance their emotional experience to the exhibition. However, the existing exhibition displaying methods were passive by practical researches, it has blank areas in path planning, which includes the period from visitors generating visiting consciousness to enter the pavilion, visiting process and the time people are out of visiting state but still in the exhibition hall. Based on the problem and existing human-computer interactive interfaces, conduct design and research from the perspective of audience experience. Using the theories of human eye cone cells biological characters and experience design, Internet of thing and the basic design principles of human-computer interactive interface, to complete the human-computer interactive interface design schemes of navigation robot, test the prototypes and by scheme optimization to reach the final result, based on the research and analysis of existing problems. To design an easy to use and user-friendly human-computer interactive interface, and achieve the result which shortened unnecessary time and optimize the visiting path ways of the audience. It solves the problems include unbalanced visitors flow rate, special individual visiting path needs of the visitors and improve people’ satisfaction of visiting experience. And hoping it can provide a basic design paradigm and an effective reference for the solution to user navigation problem.


Art with new technology Interaction design  Service design Navigation robot IOT 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.East China University of Science and TechnologyShanghaiChina

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