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A Taxonomy of See-Through Tools: The Video (1995)
Video demonstration from the 1995 CHI conference. At the CHI' 94 conference we presented a new user interface paradigm, the See-Through Interface, that allows movable tools to readily be brought...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Taxonomy; CHI; Video; See-Through; user interface; transparent; multi-hand; lens; viewing filter; button; menu; control panel; macro
Duration: 00:08:31
Popularity (downloads): 1894
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - Toolglass & Magic Lenses: The See-Through Interface (1993)
In current interfaces, users select objects, apply operations and change viewing parameters in distinct in distinct steps that require switching attention among several screen areas. Our See-Though Interface system...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; user interface; multi-hand; click-through; lens; viewing filter; button; menu; control panel; trasparent; macro;
Duration: 00:10:10
Popularity (downloads): 542
 
NASA Connect - Who Added the Micro To Gravity (2004)
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity to understand apparent weight. The activity also involves an elevator design project....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Web Activity; Dan's Domain; Apparent Weight; Elevator Project; Astronauts; Outerspace; Design; Accelerate; Velocity; Motion; Mathematics; Graphing; Microgravity; Postion; Student Activity; Measurement; Metric; Experimentation; Data; Math Concepts; Ratios; Scientists; Research; Micro; Mikros; Moon; Earth; Distance; Gravitational Acceleration; Number; Unit; Time; Slope; Time Graph; Position Graph; Flamelet; Fire; Space; Relationship; Carbon Dioxide; Smoke; Oxygen; Ventilation; Air Flow; Gravity; Students; Buoyancy-Induced Convection; Trends; Density; Temperature; Graphs; Volume; Frontal Polymerization; Convection; Interfacial;
Duration: 00:28:30
Popularity (downloads): 1646
 

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