Human Computer Interaction | Original Article
In recent years, the multidisciplinary field of human-computer interaction has emerged as an exciting new area for study. The use of human-computer interaction to construction safety management has increased throughout the fourth industrial revolution, which has considerably aided the development of hazard detection in the construction sector. However, only a small number of researchers have thoroughly examined how human-computer interaction has evolved in the detection of building hazards. In this study, ACM Digital Library, Web of Science, Google Scholar, and Scopus were used to assess 274 relevant publications published between 2000 and 2021 in the field of human-computer interaction in construction hazard detection (CHR-HCI). Human-computer interaction has had a substantial impact on danger detection during the last two decades, according to the research. In addition, a number of new research areas have been created as a result of this work, Experiments that include multimodal physiological data analysis, intuitive gadgets and sensors as well as the development of a humancomputer interface safety management platform using big data are all included in this project. Virtual reality, ergonomics, computer vision, and computer simulation will be the emphasis of future research modules. In this work, we constructed a theoretical map that reflected the findings of previous studies and their connections, and for the future development of human-computer interaction in the field of threat detection, we gave guidance.