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Designing PETS: A Personal Electronic Teller of Stories (1996)
Video Paper from CHI 1999. We have begun the development of a new robotic pet that can support children in the storytelling process. Children can build their own pet...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; children; design techniques; educational applications; cooperative inquiry; intergenerational design team; PETS; robotics
Duration: 00:07:53
Popularity (downloads): 560
 
Designing PETS: A personal electronic teller of stories (2000)
In today's homes and schools, children are emerging as frequent and experienced users of technology. As this trend continues, it becomes increasingly important to ask if we are fulfilling the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;
Duration: 00:07:48
Popularity (downloads): 1463
 
Stealing a dinner (1903)
A man sits at the dinner table, with a row of dogs behind him and a black dog sitting near the table in the foreground. When the master rings a...

Genre: Historical
Keywords: Dogs--Behavior--United States--Drama; Dog owners--United States--Conduct of life--Drama; Stealing--Drama; Animal welfare--United States--Drama; Pets--United States--Death--Drama; Silent films; Comedies; Animal films and programs; Vaudeville; Shorts;
Duration: 00:00:50
Popularity (downloads): 810
 
NASASciFiles - The Case of the Barking Dogs (2003)
NASA Why? Files Video containing nine segments as described below. NASA Why? Files segment explaining how to form hypotheses, collect data, and build data matrices. NASA Why? Files segment explaining...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Hypothesis; Data; Observation; Matrix; Chris Lewis; Sound; Bat; Hearing; Ear Canal; Ear Drum; Cochlea; Auditory Nerve; Brain; Frequency; Dr. D.; Speed of Sound; Wind Tunnel; Shock Wave; Air Pressure; Echo; Rhythm; Average; Variable; Temperature; Moisture;
Duration: 00:56:34
Popularity (downloads): 2449
 

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