The Interaction Between a User and Computer

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Running head: INTERNET OF THINGSInternet of ThingsName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor’s notes
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2INTERNET OF THINGSAnswer 1User interface is a design that takes the help of information technology to enable theinteraction between a user and computer. Any user can communicate and use any applicationsand websites because of the presence of the user interface. Recent studies have shown that usersprefer the use of no interface. They prefer to interact in a natural way rather than through anydevice. Information technology has starting incorporating the use of no interface by introducingthe voice user interface. This can be considered to be the first or initial step towards the no usergraphical interface (Singh, Tripathi & Jara, 2014). People are not much comfortable in using thegraphical user interfaces. The use of no user interface will make the lives of the people easier.Two examples where this no user interface can be applied are given as follows:Automatic procedure of payment: Whenever a customer enters a store he/she has to takeseveral steps before paying the bill amount. This hectic and chaotic procedure can be mitigatedby automating the procedure for payment. By incorporating a RFID chip in the payment cards ofthe user. This will enable the customers to enter the store and leave the store without any exitqueues. The procedure has been made simple by an app known as the Pay with Square app. Thisapp has helped the customers to buy and leave the store without facing any problem. Automatic procedure of unlocking car: When a person wants to drive a car then he or shehas to walk up to the car, take out the keys from the bag and then unlock the car. This approachis a time consuming method. The no user interface approach can be used in order to simplify theentire process. The drivers can just simply walk to the car and open the door. In the year 1991,this keyless strategy was applied by Mercedes-Benz. This helped the car users to save time andenergy.

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