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Touch-Sensing Input Devices (1996)
Video Figure from CHI 1999 Paper. Author(s): Ken Hinckley & Mike Sinclair

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; input devices; interaction techniques; sensor technologies; haptic input; tactile input; touch-sensing devices
Duration: 00:02:48
Popularity (downloads): 455
 
An Efficient Text Input Method for Pen-based Computers (1998)
Video Figure from CHI 1998 Paper. Author(s): Toshiyuki Masui

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Input devices; Pen-based input; Predictive interface; Hand-held devices
Duration: 00:02:18
Popularity (downloads): 432
 
TIME: Three-dimensional Input, Modification and Evaluation (1996)
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...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Tactile or gestural I/0; visualization; input devices; two handed input
Duration: 00:04:35
Popularity (downloads): 450
 
ACM UIST 2000 - Sensing techniques for moblie interaction (2000)
They describe sensing technique motivated by unique aspects of human-computer interaction with handheld devices in mobile settings. Special features of mobile interaction include changing orientation and position, changing venues,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; input devices; interaction techniques; sensing; context awareness; mobile devices; mobile interactionm sensors
Duration: 00:02:46
Popularity (downloads): 540
 
NaviPoint: An Input Device for Mobile Information Browsing (1998)
Video Figure from CHI 1998 Paper. Author(s): Kiyokuni Kawachiya & Hiroshi Ishikawa

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; input device; information browsing; user interface; PDAs;hand-held devices; mobile computing
Duration: 00:02:47
Popularity (downloads): 462
 
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
 
The Rockin' Mouse: Integral 3D Manipulation on a Plane (1997)
Video Figure of CHI 1997 Paper. Author(s): Ravin Balakrishnan, Thomas Baudel, Gordon Kurtenbach & George Fitzmaurice

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; 3D interaction; input devices; integral motion; mouse; 3D graphical manipulators
Duration: 00:01:36
Popularity (downloads): 722
 
CLAPOTI (2002)
CLAPOTI, a voice communication assistive technology, aims at offering a communication support system allowing better communication, adaptable to users and strongly varying in needs. CLAPOTI allows voice communication by typing...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: user-centered design;disability;virtual phonetic keyboard;
Duration: 00:05:06
Popularity (downloads): 1186
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - The Chameleon: Spatially Aware Palmtop Computers (1994)
Using rapid prototyping techniques, the Chameleon system explores a new style of interface concept that combines handheld devices, powerful computation with 3 dimensional graphics and spatial sensing. Our futuristic...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; 3 dimensional control and displays; palmtop computers; novel interaction techniques;
Duration: 00:05:33
Popularity (downloads): 425
 
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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