This paper addresses issues related to enactive interfaces, which are human-computer interfaces based on enactive knowledge, i.e. the information that the user gains through perception-action interaction in the environment. These interfaces are typically multimodal, i.e. are based on the use of several channels for the communication between the user and the computer system, and in addition can be effectively used for exploiting users’ skills during the interaction with computers, differently from traditional interfaces. This paper reasons about enactive interfaces and describes an example of an application based on enactive interface, and its evaluation.

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