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Sensetable: A Wireless Object Tracking Platform for Tangible User Interfaces (2001)
Video Figure from CHI 2001 Paper. Author(s): James Patten, Hiroshi Ishii, Jim Hines & Gian Pangaro

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; tangible user interface; interactive surface; object tracking; two-handed manipulation; system dynamics; augmented reality
Duration: 00:02:13
Popularity (downloads): 631
 
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
 
OLGA - A Multimodal Interactive Information Assistant (1998)
Video demonstration from the 1998 CHI conference.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: OLGA; Interactive; Information; Assisant; CHI;
Duration: 00:06:48
Popularity (downloads): 1892
 
StoryKit: Tools for Children to Build Room-Sized Interactive Experiences (2001)
Video demonstration from the 2001 CHI conference.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Story; Tool;Children; Build; Room; Interactive; CHI;
Duration: 00:02:27
Popularity (downloads): 575
 
WorldBeat: Designing a Baton-Based Interface for an Interactive Music Exhibit (1997)
Video Figure of CHI 1997 Paper. Author(s): Jan Borchers

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; interface design; interactive exhibit; baton; music; education
Duration: 00:02:29
Popularity (downloads): 484
 
ACM UIST 1997 - HoloWall: Designing a finger; hand; body and object sensitive wall (1997)
This TechNote reports on our initial results of realizing a computer augmented wall called the HoloWall. Using an infrared camera located behind the wall, this system allows a user to...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; wall interfaces; infrared; augmented reality; ubiquitous computing
Duration: 00:01:58
Popularity (downloads): 469
 
UIST 2002 - The Actuated Workbench: Computer-Controlled Actuation in Tabletop Tangible Interfaces (2002)
The Actuated Workbench is a device that uses magnetic forces to move objects on a table in two dimesions. It is intended for use with existing tabletop tangible interfaces,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; tangible user interfaces; physical interaction; actuation; synchronization; interactive surface; object traking; computer supported cooperative work
Duration: 00:03:41
Popularity (downloads): 502
 
ACM UIST 2000 - Cross-modal interaction using Xweb (2000)
The Xweb project addresses the problem of interacting with services by means of a variety of interactive platforms. Interactive clients are povided on a variety of hardware/software platforms that...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; cross-modal interaction; network interaction; screen layout; speech interfaces
Duration: 00:10:42
Popularity (downloads): 513
 
i-LAND: An interactive Landscape for Creativity and Innovation (1996)
Video Figure from CHI 1999 Paper. Author(s): Norbert A. Streitz, JÜrg Geižler, Torsten Holmer, Shin'ichi Konomi, Christian Mčller-Tomfelde, Wolfgang Reischl, Petra Rexroth, Peter Seitz & Ralf Steinmetz...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; integrated design; interactive landscape; architectural space;virtual information space; augmented reality; ubiquitous computing
Duration: 00:02:52
Popularity (downloads): 706
 
HCIL Symposium 2002 - Interactive Message Board, segment 07 of 10 (2002)
An interactive message board is used as a technology probe for family communication and coordination. The family message board connects households from distributed families with the familiar interface of...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;University of Maryland;HCI;
Duration: 00:05:56
Popularity (downloads): 507
 

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