This article is being renamed to Multimodal Interaction to become the core article for a new sub-category of Human Computer Interaction. The term Multimodal Interaction is more inclusive than Multimodal Interfaces, and is the term adopted by several notable organizations including the W3C. Articles/catgeories under the new Multimodal category will include virtual, artificial and augmented reality. Thanks. -- Dx 20:19, 26 December 2005 (UTC)
the following reference concerns HRI:
Integration and design of multi-modal interfaces for supervisory control systems
Authors: Zaatri A.; Oussalah M.
Source: Information Fusion, Volume 4, Number 2, June 2003 , pp. 135-150(16)
It is probably a good idea to add some citations when using statements like "most common" or when asserting what makes a well-designed or poorly-designed MMI. VUIvangelist (talk) 23:12, 26 March 2008 (UTC)
Move most of this material to "Modality (human-computer interaction)" or elsewhere?
The content of this article seems to be focused on exploring non-standard modalities (especially haptic & audio) for HCI, but it is not really talking about multimodal interaction -- what happens when multiple modalities are simultaneously present. Therefore, I think most of this article either belongs in Modality (human-computer interaction) or in the pages for the specific modalities, e.g. Auditory display or Haptic technology. Thoughts? Statisfactions (talk) 02:10, 31 October 2011 (UTC)