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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
 
UIST 2002 - Customizable Physical Interfaces for Interacting with Conventional Applications (2002)
When using today's productivity applications, people rely heavily on graphical controls (GUI widgets) as the way to invoke application functions and to obtain feedback. Yet we all know that...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST;
Duration: 00:06:05
Popularity (downloads): 477
 
ACM CHI 2000 - Multiple computer user interfaces: "Beyond the Desktop" direct manipulation environments (1999)
Graphical user interfaces (GUIs) are mainly designed for a single computer and a set of single input devices. However, when we simultaneously use many and different types of computers and...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI;
Duration: 00:06:19
Popularity (downloads): 468
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - The Garnet User interface Development Environment (1993)
The Garnet user interface development environment contains a comprehensive set of tools that make it significantly easier to design and implement highly-interactive, graphical, direct manipulation user interfaces. The toolkit...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; user interface management systems; user interface development environment; toolkis; interface builders; demonstrational interfaces;
Duration: 00:09:41
Popularity (downloads): 501
 
A Tangible Interface for Organizing Information Using a Grid (2002)
Video presentation from the 2002 CHI conference. The task of organizing information is typically performed either by physically manipulating note cards or sticky notes or by arranging icons on...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI: Tangible user interfaces; physical interaction; cscw; sensing board; conference planning; scheduling; direct manipulation
Duration: 00:02:18
Popularity (downloads): 1237
 
ACM InterCHI 1993 Isssue 89 - Graphical Editing by Example (1992)
Programing by example systems and demonstrational interfaces aim to give end users this capability. Such systems are programmed simply by using the application; rather than through an ancillary language. ...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; graphical design; interface building; Chimera; language;
Duration: 00:15:24
Popularity (downloads): 489
 
ACM CHI 1990 Issue 56 - Graphical Reasoning for Graphical Interfaces (1990)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI;
Duration: 00:10:52
Popularity (downloads): 439
 
ACM CHI 1995 - Tactil-based Direct Manipulation in GUIs for Blind Users (1994)
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...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; user with special needs; blind users; alternative interaction methods
Duration: 00:12:39
Popularity (downloads): 480
 
ACM CHI 2000 - The efficiency of multimodal interaction for a map-based task (1999)
This paper compares the efficiency of using a standard direct-manipulation graphical user interface (GUI) with that of using the QuickSet pen/voice multimodal interface for supporting a military task. In this...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; graphical user interface; multimodal interaction; spoken language;
Duration: 00:08:58
Popularity (downloads): 520
 
Manipulative User Interfaces: Exploring Physically Embodied User Interfaces (1999)
Video demonstration from the 1999 CHI conference.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Interface; Manipulative; Explore; Embodied; User; CHI;
Duration: 00:03:31
Popularity (downloads): 477
 

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