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|TIME: Three-dimensional Input, Modification and Evaluation
Video demonstration from the 1996 CHI conference. Simple intuitive manipulation of three-dimensional objects is needed for the conceptualizing phase of design. Present CAD systems do not allow for the...
Keywords: CHI; Tactile or gestural I/0; visualization; input devices; two handed input
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|ACM CHI 1992 Issue 79 - Tactile Manipulation on a Digital Disk
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|ACM CHI 2000 - Tivoli: Intergrating structured domain objects into a freeform whiteboard environment
Tivoli is an application program to support working meetings on an electronic whiteboard. Tivoli's user interface is based on a whiteboard metaphor. It supports freeform expression by providing pen-based drawing,...
Keywords: CHI; customization; gestural UIs; implicit structure; informal UIs; meeting support tools; pen-based systems; perceptual UIs; user interface design; whiteboard metaphor;
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|Touch-Sensing Input Devices
Video Figure from CHI 1999 Paper. Author(s): Ken Hinckley & Mike Sinclair
Keywords: CHI; input devices; interaction techniques; sensor technologies; haptic input; tactile input; touch-sensing devices
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|ACM CHI 1995 - Tactil-based Direct Manipulation in GUIs for Blind Users
The increasing of graphical user interfaces is making computer systems more, rather than less difficult to interact with for the blind users. One solution is to creat interfaces for...
Keywords: CHI; user with special needs; blind users; alternative interaction methods
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|ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - Iconic: Speech & Depictive Gestures at the Human-Machine Interface
We developed Iconic, a prototype interface that allows user to describe the layout of three-dimensional scenes through a free mixture of speech and depictive gestures. Interpretation of this type...
Keywords: CHI; Multi-modal interface; gestural interface; depictive gestures;
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|ACM CSCW 2000 - GestureMan
When designing systems that support remote instruction on physical tasks, one must consider four requirements: 1) participants should be able to use non-verbal expressions, 2) they must be able to...
Keywords: CSCW; embodiment; mobile robot; remote instruction; video mediated communication
Popularity (downloads): 514