International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems
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International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems


2021, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Hardware and architecture: Human computer interaction and it’s role in modern computer science


Author(s): Rupin Kirtan Harendra

Abstract: Hardware architecture is the identification of a system's physical components and their interrelationships in engineering. Hardware differs from software in that it is a physical representation of electronic and electromechanical components that contains both information and software. The internal electrical interfaces between the system's components or subsystems, as well as the interface between the system and its external environment, are the focus of hardware architecture. Human-computer interaction lies at the heart of Hardware architecture's goals. Human Computer Interaction or HCI started with giant machines in which punch cards were used to maintain loops of interaction then came more easier use computers which could be installed in homes and had keyboard and mouse to got with it. Folders and desktop were introduced and later the Operating system came and then access to the internet and with this HCI design shifted from how to accomplish tasks to encouraging interaction between people. Touchscreens are also a biproduct of HCI and are now a staple of most devices to the point that now it is becoming a relic of the past and new methods are being looked into to include a variety of people. The purpose is to delve into the process of development used for HCI and look in the methods that can improve HCI through different fields like connecting the brain, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Speech recognition etc. In conclusion the significance and implication of these fields is endless for example: AR and VR can be used in motion tracking image rendering and image merging which can be used for investigative purposes, connecting to the brain could possibly increase the capacity of the brain, speech recognition for better security and implementation of speech recognition in noisy environments would very useful too.

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How to cite this article:
Rupin Kirtan Harendra. Hardware and architecture: Human computer interaction and it’s role in modern computer science. Int J Res Circuits Devices Syst 2021;2(1):52-59.
International Journal of Research in Circuits, Devices and Systems