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CoMedi: Using Computer Vision to Support Awareness and Privacy in Mediaspaces (1996)
Video demonstration from the 1999 CHI conference. CoMedi is a mediaspace prototype that uses computer vision to provide new solutions to the problems of visual discontinuity and privacy. CoMedi...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; computer mediated communication; mediaspace; awareness; privacy; computer vision; fovea; eigen-space
Duration: 00:07:54
Popularity (downloads): 452
 
BUILD-IT: A Planning Tool for Construction and Design (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference. It is time to go beyond the established approaches in human- computer interaction. With the Augmented Reality (AR) de- sign strategy humans...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; augmented reality; digital desk; natural user interface; computer vision-based interaction
Duration: 00:04:30
Popularity (downloads): 504
 
ACM CHI 1995 - Synergies: A Vision of Information Products Working Together (1994)
SYNERGIES is a vision of how information products designed for everyday use will serve people in extraordinary situations. The underlying premise of SYNERGIES is that the most valuable information...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; future; vision; video; interface; earthquake; information appliance
Duration: 00:13:55
Popularity (downloads): 469
 
How You See It (1936)
How persistence of vision makes motion pictures possible.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Perception: Vision;Automobiles: Stunts;Motion pictures: Apparatus;
Duration: 00:07:55
Popularity (downloads): 1151
 
NASAKSNN - Vision (2004)
Vision. This segment describes the research at NASA that will help pilots land in foggy conditions.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News Network; KSNN; R. J.; Jessica; Fog; Landing Airplanes in Foggy Conditions;
Duration: 00:01:00
Popularity (downloads): 765
 
ideas: A vision of a designer's sketching-tool (2001)
Video Poster from CHI 2001. In the conceptual phase of a project, industrial designers do a lot of sketching. In this early phase the immediacy and flexibility of traditional...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; sketching; design tools; conceptualisation; pen tablet.
Duration: 00:07:41
Popularity (downloads): 393
 
NASAKSN - Computer Mouse (2003)
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining the technology of the computer mouse.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Kids Science News; Computer Mouse; Opto-Mechanical Device; Light; Motion; Signals; Computer; Cursor;
Duration: 00:00:58
Popularity (downloads): 2065
 
ACM CHI 1995 - The Tablet Newspaper: A vision for the Future (1994)
The Tablet Newspaper: A Vision for the Future overviews tomorrow's portable information appliances and the ways in which we may interact with information. It explores the role a newspaper...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; electronic publishing; newspaper interface design; tablet; information appliance; information interface
Duration: 00:13:22
Popularity (downloads): 651
 
NASA Connect - GWTF - MAX Computer Simulation (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring computer simulation tools for research on drag. The video features the Mars Airbourne Explorer simulation computer program.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Mars Airbourne Explorer; Space; Computer Simulation;
Duration: 00:01:57
Popularity (downloads): 1153
 
ACM UIST 1997 - Pick-and-drop: A direct maniulation techinque for multiple computer environments (1997)
This paper proposes a new field of user interfaces called multi-computer direct manipulation technique that can be used for data transfer between different compuers as well as within the same...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; computer augmented environments; direct manipulation; drag-and-drop; graphical user interfaces; input devices; multi-computer user interfaces; pen interfaces; stylus interfaces; ubiquitous computing
Duration: 00:04:04
Popularity (downloads): 567
 

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