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Augmented Human Research

Augmented Human Research

Editor-in-Chief: Redha Taiar
Editors-in-Chief: M. Inami; J.-M. Seigneur; P. Mistry

ISSN: 2365-4317 (print version)
ISSN: 2365-4325 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41133

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  • Invites multi and inter-disciplinary articles from various fields that help augment human capabilities
  • Highlights latest research findings and practical applications of human performance enhancement
  • Publishes research on the design and development of assistive technology, user interfaces and  Computer Human Interaction

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The Journal, Augmented Human Research invites scientific contributions towards augmenting human capabilities through technology for increased well-being and enjoyable human experience. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  Augmented Sports and Serious Games

  Bionics and Biomechanics

  Exoskeletons and Super Human Technologies

  Interactions between Augmented Humans and Smart Cities

  Brain-Computer Interfaces, Muscle Interfaces and Implanted Interfaces

  Wearable Computing and Ubiquitous Computing

  Augmented and Mixed Reality

  Augmented Fashion, Art and Tourism

  Smart Objects, Smart Textiles an IoT Augmenting Humans

  Assistive Augmentation, Rehabilitative Interfaces and Games

  Alternative or Novel Feedback Modalities

  Interfaces, Services and Applications for Human Enhancement
 
  Cognitive Augmentation of the Human Intellect

  Augmented Healthcare, Quality of Life & Well-being

  Human Sensory Substitution and Fusion

  Hardware, Material, Substances and Sensors for Human Augmentation

  Safety, Trust, Privacy and Security of Augmented Human Technologies
  
  Ethical and Medical Aspects of Augmented Humanity
 
  Human-Factor Study, Field Study and User Study of Augmented Human Technologies

Related subjects » Biomedical Engineering - Cognitive Psychology - Computational Intelligence and Complexity - Control Engineering - HCI - Human Physiology

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    The Journal, Augmented Human Research invites scientific contributions towards augmenting human capabilities through technology for increased well-being and enjoyable human experience. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

      Augmented Sports and Serious Games

      Bionics and Biomechanics

      Exoskeletons and Super Human Technologies

      Interactions between Augmented Humans and Smart Cities

      Brain-Computer Interfaces, Muscle Interfaces and Implanted Interfaces

      Wearable Computing and Ubiquitous Computing

      Augmented and Mixed Reality

      Augmented Fashion, Art and Tourism

      Smart Objects, Smart Textiles an IoT Augmenting Humans

      Assistive Augmentation, Rehabilitative Interfaces and Games

      Alternative or Novel Feedback Modalities

      Interfaces, Services and Applications for Human Enhancement
     
      Cognitive Augmentation of the Human Intellect

      Augmented Healthcare, Quality of Life & Well-being

      Human Sensory Substitution and Fusion

      Hardware, Material, Substances and Sensors for Human Augmentation

      Safety, Trust, Privacy and Security of Augmented Human Technologies
      
      Ethical and Medical Aspects of Augmented Humanity
     
      Human-Factor Study, Field Study and User Study of Augmented Human Technologies

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