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ScreenCrayons: annotating anything

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ScreenCrayons: annotating anything
ScreenCrayons is a system for collecting annotations on any type of document or visual information from any application. The basis for the system is a screen capture upon which the user can highlight the relevant portions of the image. The user can define any number of topics for organizing notes. Each topic is associated with a highlighting “crayon.” In addition the user can supply annotations in digital ink or text. Algorithms are described that summarize captured images based on the highlight strokes so as to provide overviews of many annotations as well as being able to “zoom in” on particular information about a given note and the context of that note. General Terms: Human Factors Author Keywords Annotation, Screen capture, digital ink, image summarization. ACM Classification Keywords H.5.2 User Interfaces
Dan R. Olsen, Trent Taufer, Jerry Alan Fails
Added 30 Jun 2010
Updated 30 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where UIST
Authors Dan R. Olsen, Trent Taufer, Jerry Alan Fails
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