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ACM CHI 1995 - The DragMag Image Magnifier (1994)
Computer image magnification often results in the loss of the contextual information. Two image magnification prototypes are presented that solve this problem. IN both the base image is...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; data display; pan; scroll; zoom
Duration: 00:02:50
Popularity (downloads): 621
 
BrightBoard:A Video-Augmented Environment (1996)
Video figure from CHI 1996 Paper. Author(s): Quentin Stafford-Fraser & Peter Robinson

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Augmented reality; image processing; machine vision; pattern recognition; ubiquitous computing
Duration: 00:02:10
Popularity (downloads): 516
 
PhotoMesa: A Zoomable Image Browser (2001)
PhotoMesa is an image browser with an easy-to-use interface designed for family use. It allows users to see many directories of images at once, and uses zooming to navigate through...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Zoom; Image; Browser; HCIL;
Duration: 00:10:33
Popularity (downloads): 1390
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - Interactive Video Actors (1993)
This video demonstrates the use of traditional video processing techniques, such as chroma-keying and layering, to integrate video with the user interface. Currently these forms of video processing are...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; digital video; video widgets; video layering; non-linear video;
Duration: 00:07:01
Popularity (downloads): 530
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - DT16 - Space Food Processing (2004)
Third segment of episode 16 that segment describes the different food types, labels and packages that space food can have. The Space Food Processing segment describes how freeze dried food...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Tonya St. Romain; Connie Oertli; Sace Food Systems Laboratory; Space Food Processing; Rehydrator; Approbation; Kera O'Bryon; Episode 16; DT16;
Duration: 00:09:35
Popularity (downloads): 1249
 
NASA Connect - DITNS - IMAGE Satellite (2004)
NASA Connect Segment explaining Earth oribiting satellites that record and analyze the causes of auroras. The segment explores the IMAGE satellite and other technology.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Satellites; IMAGE; NASA; Auroras; Solar Storm; Ring Currents; Earth's Atmosphere; Polar Region; Plasmosphere; Aurora Australis;
Duration: 00:02:48
Popularity (downloads): 2309
 
Browsing Anatomical Image Databases: A Case Study of the Visible Human (1996)
Video demonstration from the 1996 CHI conference.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Anatomy; Image; Database; Case; Visible; Human; CHI;
Duration: 00:06:10
Popularity (downloads): 1322
 
Digital Fukuwarai: New Game Concept Using Live Video (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference. We have developed a new game system called “Digital Fukuwarai” by using high performance video processing technology. It provides a very impressive...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; video processing; game; user interface
Duration: 00:05:36
Popularity (downloads): 406
 
Under The Tread (1934)
Very detailed film showing the intricacies of tire manufacture. Much hand processing is done, many, many steps.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords:
Duration: 00:17:00
Popularity (downloads): 280
 
NASADestinationTomorrow - Episode 16 (2004)
NASA Destination Tomorrow video containing three segments as described below. NASA Destination Tomorrow Food Preservation segment describes the history of Food Preservation and how different groups solved the problem of...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Destination Tomorrow; Kera O'Bryon; Food Preservation; Napoleon Bonaparte; Lewis and Clark expedition; Nicolas Appert; canning process; food canning; Germ Theory; Louis Pasteur; Pastuerization; Food Preservation in Space; Tonya St. Romain; Connie Oertli; Sace Food Systems Laboratory; what astronauts eat; tubes and cubes; food menu; Space Food types; freeze dried food; rehydrate food; portion sizes; serving sizes; shelf life; Space Food storage; RRS Discovery; Episode 16; DT16;
Duration: 00:27:50
Popularity (downloads): 1617
 

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