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ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - PURSUIT: Graphically Representing Programs in A Demonsrational Visual Shell (1993)
Pursuit is a programmable direct manipulation interface to file system that enables users to create programs by demonstration. To construct a program in Pursuit, users execute actions on...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; end-user programming; programming by demosntration; visual shell; visual language;
Duration: 00:06:59
Popularity (downloads): 424
 
ACM CHI 1995 - Building a Distributed Application Using Visual Obliq (1994)
This video shows the consturction of a distributed, multi-user application using Visual Obliq. In Visual Obliq, applications are creaed by designing the interface with a GUI-builder and embedding callback...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; UIMS; GUI-builders; application builders; distributed applictions; CSCW; groupware
Duration: 00:08:50
Popularity (downloads): 486
 
ACM UIST 1997 - Interactive querying with VQE (1997)
Direct manipulation of visualizations is a powerful technique for performing exploratory data operations such as navigation, aggregation, and filtering. Its immediacy facilitatest rapid, incremental and reversible forays ino data....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; visual query environment; sequence; navigation; filtering
Duration: 00:05:58
Popularity (downloads): 419
 
HCIL Symposium 2002 - Searching Foreign Language Collections, segment 08 of 10 (2002)
Cross language information retrieval is discussed as having two parts, the system must first find foreign language documents that will satisfy the information need and then provide translations that are...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: HCIL;University of Maryland;HCI;
Duration: 00:03:40
Popularity (downloads): 391
 
VIDA (Visual Information Density Adjuster) (1996)
Video demonstration from the 1999 CHI conference. Multiple studies have shown that clutter or sparsity in visual representations can have negative effects ranging from decreased user performance to diminished...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; interactive graphics;information navigation; multiscale interfaces; visual interfaces; visualization; zoomable interfaces
Duration: 00:08:23
Popularity (downloads): 365
 
ACM CHI+GI 1987 Issue 34 - Sassafras Demo (1987)
Sassafras is a prototype User Interface management System (UIMS) specifically designed to support a wide range of user interface styles. In particular; it supports the implementation of user interfaces...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Sassafras; Event-Response Language; Local Event Broadcast Method; User Interface Management System;
Duration: 00:09:35
Popularity (downloads): 478
 
ACM InterCHI 1993 Isssue 88 - The Alfresco Interactive System (1991)
Alfresco is an interactive system for a use interested in frescoes. It runs on a SUN 4 connected to a videodisc unit and a touchscreen. The particular videodisc...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Artificial Intelligence; Multimediality; Natural Language Processing;
Duration: 00:09:21
Popularity (downloads): 387
 
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+GI 1987 + CHI 1991 Issue 27 - DataGlove (1987)
This paper reports on the development of a hand to machine interface device that probides real-time gesture; position and orientation information. The key element is a glove and the device...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Design; Human Factors; Management; Measurement; Performance; Theory;
Duration: 00:05:52
Popularity (downloads): 539
 
Visual literacy (2007)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: visual literacy; diagrammatic reasoning;
Duration: 00:13:12
Popularity (downloads): 31
 

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