Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system

Ming Hsu Wang, Bi Hui Chen, Yi Hsueh Yang, Wen Ko Chiou

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型會議貢獻

摘要

Technology acceptance model (TAM) and innovation diffusion theory (IDT) are massively used to discuss the success of web technology that the constructs such as usefulness, ease of use, related advantage and complexity are identified relevant to technology adoption. Innovation is prior to technology breakthrough, know as technology-oriented innovation (TOI); however, successful web technology innovation is seen as new service that meets user's needs and encourages usage of the website. The goal of this paper is to examine the extent user-oriented innovation (UOI) affect the effectiveness of innovation process through a case research undertaken in a new multimedia web application development of fashion retailing. TAM and IDT are adapted to test user's perceptions, innovation features and user's intention to use the novel information technology and information system (IT/IS). As a result, the higher web system adoption of UOI indicates that users involvement does improve the low acceptability of TOI. It also shows that TAM and IDT constructs are different in their tendency to TOI and UOI process. A UOI-to-user's acceptance framework is drawn for empirical research on the development of technology, and in the second place, managerial implications for successful innovative technology development.

原文英語
主出版物標題Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013
頁面110-116
頁數7
出版狀態已發佈 - 十月 25 2013
對外發佈Yes
事件IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013, Part of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2013, MCCSIS 2013 - Prague, 捷克共和国
持續時間: 七月 22 2013七月 24 2013

其他

其他IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013, Part of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2013, MCCSIS 2013
國家捷克共和国
城市Prague
期間7/22/137/24/13

指紋

Innovation
Information technology
Websites
Information systems

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Software

引用此文

Wang, M. H., Chen, B. H., Yang, Y. H., & Chiou, W. K. (2013). Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system. 於 Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013 (頁 110-116)

Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system. / Wang, Ming Hsu; Chen, Bi Hui; Yang, Yi Hsueh; Chiou, Wen Ko.

Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013. 2013. p. 110-116.

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型會議貢獻

Wang, MH, Chen, BH, Yang, YH & Chiou, WK 2013, Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system. 於 Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013. 頁 110-116, IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013, Part of the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2013, MCCSIS 2013, Prague, 捷克共和国, 7/22/13.
Wang MH, Chen BH, Yang YH, Chiou WK. Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system. 於 Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013. 2013. p. 110-116
Wang, Ming Hsu ; Chen, Bi Hui ; Yang, Yi Hsueh ; Chiou, Wen Ko. / Does it fit for you? Use the concept of technology acceptance model (TAM) to construct conceptual framework for the 3D mimic fitting of wearing system. Proceedings of the IADIS International Conferences - Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2013, IHCI 2013 and Game and Entertainment Technologies 2013, GET 2013. 2013. 頁 110-116
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